Active listening is important when you’re talking to your spouse. Here’s how to focus on your spouse’s feelings and deepen your relationship.
Paying the right kinds of attention to your children is easier when you become more aware of each child’s personality and temperament.
Is your teen hurting? Instead of lecturing, try guiding your child with these three principles
Find little ways to encourage your children to listen and obey.
Dwelling on truth will help your child make wiser choices and discover better solutions to the challenges she faces.
The key to a fruitful marriage relationship is abiding in the Christ-Vine. Carving out time to humble oneself and listen is a spouse’s secret to getting the most out of a connection with God.
Spouses can’t always agree, but how they respond to disagreements can either strengthen or strain their marriage. Learning to listen first and speak second in emotionally charged discussions is important.
Develop a conversational approach to parenting.
Peers play a large role in a teen’s life. Helping them discern how friends influence them can give them a more successful experience.
Does your heart ache when your children are rejected by others? Read about four perspectives that can help them work through painful rebuffs.