An in-depth look at what factors may cause a teen to commit suicide.
How does a parent recover and move on from the tragedy of their child committing suicide?
College-bound kids and their faith have never been more threatened. Starting college unprepared and alone is a no longer a viable option. As a parent, now you can positively shape your young adult before they leave for college, make sure they are already connected in community long before they arrive. Resources like Every Student Sent, …
Carol Kuykendall and her daughter-in-law Alexandra, describe some of those feelings—anticipation, excitement, turmoil, grief—and how you can work through those. With personal stories and some practical tips, they look at the homestretch to prepare your child—and yourself—for their launch.
Finding a way to fit science and religion together can feel overwhelming. For our teens, logic and reasoning present some of the greatest threats to complete belief in Christianity. However, as parents, you can guide your teen to a deeper understanding of how God created science to support our faith and belief in Him.
Unfortunately, a guarantee doesn’t come with the safeguarding suggestions, but they can help prevent teen suicide.
Your kids are growing up in a screen saturated world. With so many distractions, is real connection still possible? John and Danny share how if you want to be connected with your children, you need to start by modeling self control with your phone. Featuring David Kinnaman and Mark Matlock.
This stage combined with rebellion is not easy. Lean into your support system to help you stay emotionally balanced and to maintain perspective as you guide your preteen into the teen years.
Parenting a child with bipolar disorder can be difficult. Here are some ways you can help your child with bipolar disorder.
Four tips for parents on how to help a teenager with anxiety and depression. As your teen faces challenges, be prepared to help.