As difficult as it is for parents, letting your children grow up must be done. It’s a wise parent that recognizes the inevitability of that moment!
Today Dr. Dobson asks the question: “When your children are struggling, are you willing to sacrifice personally to be there for them? Good question!
Sooner or later, most families have to deal with teen rebellion.Today’s commentary is what to do to make sure your kids don’t do irreparable harm during these times.
Remember that the primary objective of parenthood is simply to work yourself out of a job!
Let kids be kids! Growing up too quickly robs them of their childhood and rushes the onset of adulthood.
The key to a healthy marriage is to keep your eyes wide open before you wed, and half-closed after!
Parental guidance is critical! Take time to explain to your kids the importance of good, wholesome lives.
Discipline should begin as soon as possible; for the youngest children it begins in loving leadership.
Good discipline is made up of clear boundaries, accountability, discernment, and love.
Strong famillies make for a healthier society. With unhealthy families, society tends to unravel.
Love, along with consistent discipline and openness, leads to confidence and self-respect in children.
Hear commonsense ways to celebrate your child's adoption and show them how much you love them!
Don't let anger dominate all your disciplinary actions. In the long run, that leads only to frustration.
Many today are "walking wounded". Look for one in your life that you can reach out to and encourage.
There is still a place for respect and manners. Teach children civility and they will appreciate it later!
If your child is shy, don't try to change them. Accept them and seek ways to nurture their uniqueness.
Remember that today's problems just may become the inspiration for tomorrow's greatness!
A solemn reminder today that children do feel the pain of divorce as it's happening in their homes…
Husbands, send a message that you care for your wives by caring for your home!
Know what your kids watch on TV! Unfiltered access hurts kids and may haunt our culture's future.
Help the "class clown" you know cope by understanding they are often acting out of hurt and insecurity.
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