Paying the right kinds of attention to your children is easier when you become more aware of each child’s personality and temperament.
Parenting disagreements strain even good marriages. The danger is letting differing perspectives wear down marital unity, especially if you side with the child’s desires instead of your spouse’s.
I’ve yet to meet a married couple who didn’t struggle with unspoken expectations. By learning to talk about expectations in your relationship, you can begin to establish a more satisfying marriage.
Dr. Lainna Callentine became aware at age six that her skin was a different color than other kids in class. Get her unique perspective on how we, as Christians, should talk to our kids about racial differences.
Find little ways to encourage your children to listen and obey.
Couples often don’t have a lot of communication tools when they enter marriage. When conversations get tough, they may need better tools than they have. Here are some basic skills they’ll need.
Complacency and routine can push out the small, but important, acts of kindness in a marriage. But it’s not too late. You can start showing kindness to your husband or wife today.
When we control our tongues, we can build a healthy, nurturing marriage. Exercising self-control in the little things may even help strengthen us to overcome temptation in the bigger things.
Resolutions can enrich and enliven your family life. Try these (guilt not included).
Early in my marriage I complained to someone that I felt mistreated by my husband, Dan. The incident had long-ranging consequences and showed me the importance of guarding what I say about my husband.