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.
Domestic violence awareness is critical. It’s not a comfortable topic to talk about, and it’s a heartbreaking reality to face.
Does your teen function out of faith or out of fear? Find ways to encourage your anxious teen.
Invisible disabilities may be internal or mental, so people living with these issues can endure bullying at any age.
Our long-term goal as parents is to raise children who will practice self-control and manage technology well on their own.
Learn how to deal with the grief that comes from the death of a loved one or from divorce. It includes the stages of grief and provides teens with ideas on how to walk through the process of grief after a loss.
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.
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.
The metaverse presents an interesting situation for parents. With its introduction, the line between real and virtual is growing blurrier by the day. That’s why it’s important for parents to have a good understanding of boundaries for your family.
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.