Depression in adults is difficult enough to diagnose—in children it's even more difficult. Know the facts!
If it's true we forget more than 80 percent of what we learn—why bother? It's the question Dr. Dobson answers with his "learning pill!"
A teacher who can control a class without being oppressive is almost always loved by her or his students. But how does that happen? That's today's Commentary!
What's the role of parents and in-laws after their children are married? It's a subject every parent needs to consider!
The teenager years. Dr. Dobson's counsel is to "just get 'em through it!" His encouragement? A better time is coming!
Parents walk a fine line when transferring power to their children. Today's commentary is a must for every parent!
There's nothing simple about raising children—but there is helpful advice for giving it your best effort.
Some children are born to lead—others are born to follow. Today you'll find out how to appreciate both!
In today's commentary, Dr. Dobson says a child's early years are the best opportunity to instill healthy respect for parental authority.
The task as parents isn't to remove every obstacle for our children but to give them tools they'll need to navigate their world!
Here's a thought! How about some creative "time wasting?" A killing pace isn't good for anyone!
Find out how you can make a careful assessment of your child's strengths. It'll come in handy as they enter the adolescent years.
Dr. Dobson offers some sage advice to help you with a child who has a poor self-image—good counsel for every parent.
Mutual accountability an how to obtain it—it’s today’s focus with Dr. James Dobson with a couple of checks and balances to help along the way.
Dr. Dobson presents two ingredients needed to produce academic excellence. But are they simple answers? Find out!
A lot of women complain their husbands are less sensitive than men in past years. True or false? What’s changed and what hasn’t is today’s theme.
Just saying those words can strike terror in the heart of a parent! But Dr. Dobson urges you to "hang tough"—you'll get through it.
Praise is essential to a child's self-esteem—but when praise becomes flattery—that can be a problem.
Can a parent take too much pride in a child's achievements? It's the question Dr. Dobson answers on today's commentary and it may surprise you to discover ego has a lot to do with it.
If as parents, we value confidence for our sons and daughters, just how do we go about achieving that goal? Join us today!
What’s the secret for maintaining an intimate, long-term marriage? It’s the focus of today’s commentary with Dr. James Dobson.
My 17-year old son was asking me how I always kept my promises when he was a little boy, and I didn't have to think twice. I said, "Dr. James Dobson said to never make a promise you can't keep." Thank you for that advice! :)
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