It is possible to teach our children how to show empathy and altruism, even in today’s world. We want our children to both feel compassion and have the courage and willingness to step in and help others. If we are intentional as parents in demonstrating empathy and altruism, our children will notice and will learn …
Moms have the same fundamental desire: safety and the best for their kids. But women with disabilities and those in poverty lack the same opportunities.
Blessing our adult children may seem harder than blessing our kids when they are young. However, it’s still vitally important.
But there in the corner of my father’s dresser drawer, under the belts, was something I had never before seen: a well-worn black book with a gold-lettered title: “Father’s Manual.”
In telling Ben’s story, the movie Selfie Dad invites us as dads to ponder some questions worthy of intentional self-reflection on our part.
Years from now, your kids won’t remember if you had all the dishes done or if you contributed to every bake sale. But they will remember the times you spent together and how it brought joy to their heart.
Whether you are enjoying or being challenged by this time of living with your young adult child, it’s a great time to develop adaptability.
Rules are important, but connecting with your teen is essential.
Don’t waste this crisis. Use it to take control of your life. The best place to start is by making a list of what you have and what you need.
One of our goals as parents must be to manage our own thought bubbles so that we can be a model for our kids.