Soaring or weighted down? If you want to soar, there are things you can do to change the situation!
Who in the home decides if dad is thought of as a hero or a bum? Don't miss today's commentary!
You talk and talk—and your point's not getting across. Maybe it's time to try a new approach!
Saying "no" to our children can sometimes become an unfortunate habit! Saying "yes" is often a good thing!
Do you want to put some romance back into your marriage? Today's commentary tells you how!
Dr. Dobson asks the question, "What's your response to adversity?" Are you like frog #1 or frog #2?
Grandparents: Your children need them more than you might even think!
It doesn't matter how old you are, self worth is essential. And today Dr. Dobson tells us how we can show respect to the elderly among us.
Dr. Dobson shares the secret to what many elderly people wish they could tell their children.
When a teacher defends the least popular in her class, she or he is demonstrating that everyone is respected.
We may not be able to stop the onslaught of technology but Dr. Dobson suggests we can quietly rebel against it in our own ways!
Providing a rich social life for your child is the best thing you can do to guarantee a good mind. And today concludes Dr. Dobson's list of six key environmental factors!
Dr. Dobson proposes three of the six key environmental factors contributing to the development of intelligence in children.
Our task as parents isn't to remove all the obstacles for our children, but to give them tools they need to overcome obstacles.
Before you offer someone else an advice about their flaws, it's a good idea to understand your own!
As a parent how are you motivating your children to learn and study and grow? It can do wonders for their self-esteem.
Reading aloud to your children can pay big dividends—and an Important bonding and learning time for them and for you!
Moving can be traumatic at any age! But there are ways you can help your children make it a smoother journey!
The stories of your own childhood may not seem interesting to you, but they can be precious gifts to your children.
Authority doesn't have to be a bad word. If you love your kids—lead them! Take charge at home. Just do it lovingly!
How about letting your children have a say in what the rules are—and the resulting disciplinary action? It just might work!
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