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Family Roles & Relationships
Focus on the Family President Jim Daly shares about asking his kids to grade his parenting. When done right, this can be a meaningful and growing experience for you and your kids.
My son, Ben, didn’t accept his new dad at first. It was one of our first step-parent problems. Jealousy, pride and stubbornness kept them from bonding.
Fathers have the awesome responsibility of laying a spiritual foundation in the home. But what does that mean, exactly? How can you be the dad your family needs?
Moms: Stop, pause and observe to see how a father’s unique contributions to parenting will benefit his children.
God can use us as moms, even when we don’t do everything exactly right, to positively shape our children.
Understanding neurological differences between boys and girls can lead to stronger parent-child communication.
Are you a bad parent? Tim Hawkins weighs in and humorously dances around that question until he comes to a realization about parenting.
Is your desire for recognition distorting how you see your relationship with your stepkids?
Is your teen hurting? Instead of lecturing, try guiding your child with these three principles