What do you do when your adult children don’t make the choices you wish they had?
Grace & Forgiveness
Has your teen decided to “give up the faith”? Get insight into how parents can engage with their prodigals.
Here are several ways to help our teens change their anxious thinking habits and lead them toward a healthier mindset.
Different discipline styles can lead to conflict. Before you take sides, consider these five areas that will help you build unity in your parenting. Then create your own parenting strategy.
Having a wild child can bring the eyes of judgment in every aisle of the grocery store. More discipline is not always the best answer. Explore how love, respect, grace, and forgiveness can equip you as you respond to your wild child.
By focusing on a love-based connection, you can build trust and create a safe space for your socially isolated teen to talk about issues.
Learn to navigate communicating the importance of doing chores to your kids and form your perspective on how chores can impact your family.
Celebrating the holidays with clear communication and healthy boundaries with your young adults will make your time together more memorable and enjoyable.
You can help your children to learn true freedom when coping with emotions and difficult situations by teaching them to think about life using certain words and phrases.
They live in emotional turmoil, yet suffer in silence. Now a former cutter offers her view on a world she’s grateful to have left behind.