Most parents love their children. However, many children don’t feel loved. Perhaps parents aren’t “speaking” their child’s primary love language.
Do you encourage your kids to pursue achievements or to develop their character? Your parenting might be telling of which you value more
Stepsibling jealousy can be subtle, volatile and destructive, but detecting it isn’t difficult if you know what to look for.
Thinking of your children as masterpieces created by God doesn’t help them until you share those insights with them.
Sometimes children feel like projects their parents are trying to finish or problems they’re trying to solve. If your kids feel this way, here’s how you can turn that around.
When it comes to showing affection, let your stepchild set the pace.
Sometimes you have to start by doing what’s right and good by your stepkids (even when you don’t initially like them).
Can struggling relationships be reborn? The answer is yes if couples become aware of the nature of love and learn how to express it in a language their mate can understand.
Discover new ways to draw close to your child.
Your imagination is the limit when it comes to finding ways to speak your spouse’s love language. What’s most important, however, is that you learn to speak it.