Our culture de-values empathy instead choosing to cultivate narcissism and apathy. Because of this, it’s more important than ever to teach our kids about empathy.
God cares far more about our response after we sin. Luckily, He’s created an opportunity for us to choose repentance and forgiveness after we sin.
Learn the characteristics of psychological flexibility and how demonstrating this underrated ability can help strengthen your marriage.
By focusing on a love-based connection, you can build trust and create a safe space for your socially isolated teen to talk about issues.
Surprise your spouse with an old-school love letter — and deepen your connection.
Asking for constructive feedback from our children is a great way to become a better parent. Talking with our kids will help us to better see our blind spots and address areas of our parenting that we need to work on.
Be intentional about sharing your unspoken hopes and desires
Here are 5 ways to help you create an environment of healthy dialogue with your kids.
After being married for a while, your spouse’s patterns can turn from cute quirks to annoying habits. Figuring out how to cope so that you don’t become highly critical of your spouse is important.
God wants us to have friends. And that can include having opposite-sex friendships. But those friendships should come with boundaries.