Years from now, your kids won’t remember if you had all the dishes done or if you contributed to every bake sale. But they will remember the times you spent together and how it brought joy to their heart.
As a result of the Coronavirus, many adult children are moving back home with their parents, creating a new set of challenges. On this broadcast, Dr. John Townsend helps families navigate expectations and responsibilities to set healthy boundaries and show mutual respect.
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.
Give your grandkids shared experiences to help them build stronger bonds with one another.
Grandparents sometimes have to provide safe and loving homes for grandchildren when their children, the parents of those little ones, are unable to do so.
Sadly, reverence for the elderly is sometimes in short supply in today’s youth-oriented culture. Because they may be slowing down and having more difficulty moving around, there is an assumption that what elderly people have to offer is also in short supply. On the contrary, they have the most to contribute.
Focus on the Family President Jim Daly shares about asking his kids to grade his parenting. When done right, this can be a meaningful and growing experience for you and your kids.
Living with Your Family in Close Quarters So here you are, at home with your family in close quarters. Your children are running around wild, and you’re wondering how you’re going to get your work done and care for your kids at the same time. The technology that allows us to continue with business as …
Tim and Katie Nester are currently parenting 7 children. Their unique family challenges them to show steadfast love in action every day.
Solid strategies for helicopter parents that can land the whirlybird while encourage their children’s growth and learning.