Our teens’ self-worth must come from their knowledge of who Jesus is and from the assurance of His love and care. Parents can emphasize these truths as they model acceptance, forgiveness and love.
You can help your children understand that they really are loved—and even liked—by their heavenly Father.
Discussing body image and eating disorders is difficult, but it is important to create a safe place for your teens to express what they are going through.
Although the following influences do not constitute a comprehensive list of contributing factors, they are often present in eating disorders.
By understanding where the core of the problem lies and checking what the Bible has to say about our bodies, we can grasp a hope and a faith that’s out of this world.
Instagram and Snapchat may seem harmless and fun, but they can be addicting and damaging for your teens, when these apps are used in excess.
Body image issues and eating disorders are rooted in cultural messages – so how can we help our kids overcome them?
These six steps can help you to build self-confidence and a positive self-image in your children.
Help your children understand what it means to be a priceless creation of God, no matter their age or stage.
You have an internal dialogue that no one else hears. If you repeat thoughts that you’re not good enough, you can provoke harmful responses and behaviors, inadvertently hurting your spouse and marriage.