Setting realistic expectations can help you avoid the pitfalls of this holiday
Preparing for the Holidays
Dreading the holidays after losing a child is normal.
One awful eve of envy helped me learn how to be content at Christmas instead of creating conflict in my marriage. Here’s what I learned.
For families who’ve lost someone they love, the holidays can seem more like something to survive than to enjoy. We need a plan to help us get through what can be a very difficult time of year.
Learn more about the Advent candles, wreath, readings, and calendar this Christmas season.
Enjoy family traditions or come up with activities that can become traditions to draw your family closer together during the Christmas season
Enjoy these inspirational stories and unique celebrations of Christmas from Phil Vischer, Jim Daly, Elisa Morgan, and others.
When your oldest child is 30, and you ask him or her, “What’s your most treasured Christmas memory?” what do you want to hear?
Celebrating the holidays with clear communication and healthy boundaries with your young adults will make your time together more memorable and enjoyable.
Find out how others have taught their children the importance of giving gifts or how they as parents have given gifts to their children.