What do your teens fear most? It’s different than what you fear for them. Dr. Kevin Leman discusses three things you may not realize your teens fear and what they need from you so they can stop being afraid.
Have you struggled with fear of rejection, financial troubles or the future? Persistent fear is a spiritual battle. Although our husbands can love and comfort us at times, God alone is our deliverer.
Avoid three common parenting fears so you can provide the emotional safety your kids need to be who God created them to be.
When your child is frightened, he will look to you for emotional cues. Consider how other parents have worked with their children regarding childhood fears.
Parenting from a base of fear creates prison guards or permissive parents. Max Lucado demonstrates a better way: entrusting our kids to Christ.
Does your teen function out of faith or out of fear? Find ways to encourage your anxious teen.
Here are some things you can do to prepare your child to get the most from kindergarten.
His words remind us (again) that, by His death, He rescued us from the fear of our death. Therefore we are released from having to “cower through life, scared to death of death.‚”
We often fear the criticism of others and when it does happen, we take it to heart. For this reason, even into adulthood, we’re often waiting for someone to tell us it’s OK to “cross the street” to our God-given purpose because we are afraid that if we blow it we’ll look like an idiot.
Many children experience a variety of fears. Everything from imaginary monsters to images on television can evoke anxiety. Here are creative ways to help relieve some common childhood fears.