COVID-19 creates a dilemma for small business owners. They don’t want their customers to be harmed, yet they don’t want to lose their livelihood.
The world may tell us that we need to live up to certain expectations of perfection. God’s expectations look entirely different. It’s important that, as mothers, we focus on His ideals of perfection in our lives, and not the world’s. Focusing on Him can bring us peace and direction as we mother our children.
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.
Sibling conflict is unavoidable. It’s just part of life with young humans whose “life-giving skills are still developing,” Cartmell explains. But that conflict can have benefits.
Be aware of your own feelings. Notice when you are annoyed or overwhelmed and are becoming angry. Once you are aware, choose to take a break and deal with your emotions before you try to deal with your child’s emotions.
Parenting isn’t easy, but it can be supremely rewarding when done according to God’s plan.
It’s helpful to have a good sense of humor and lots of forgiveness. It’s also good to help autistic parents understand that challenges are part of normal life. In the end, collaboration between the neurotypical and autistic parent can make parenting success possible!
These eight tips can help create a successful and less stressful environment for you and your kids while you are working from home.
We’ve all heard healthcare providers tell us how to keep the coronavirus at bay. Wash your hands frequently and don’t touch your face. If you have any symptoms of the virus, consult a doctor and stay away from other people. These and other suggestions are helpful for managing the physical aspects of what has now …
A song many Christians know comes from a Bible verse found in Matthew 20:26. It says “if you want to be great in God’s kingdom, learn to be the servant of all.” Showing steadfast love for your school involves learning to help and serve others. This is a concept you as a parent can share …