Adolescence is often understood, especially when it’s prolonged. And it can cause a problem for moms and dads.
Parents need to each their children how to handle emotions appropriately—for their sake and the sake of the parents!
Do you want to put some new life in your marriage? It's what today's commentary is all about!
Dr. Dobson cautions: "It not the fights that should worry you, it's what happens when the fights are over!"
Anxiety is an everyday companion and the sooner we learn to cope with our situations—the better off we'll be!
A young girl's attitude toward men is shaped by her father. Dr. Dobson says, "And much of what goes into marriage starts with a girl's father."
You'll want to hear the five ways you can keep your brain healthy—and it doesn't hurt to start while you're young!
Whether single or married, many women find it daunting to raise a son! In today's commentary, Dr. Dobson gives encouraging counsel to moms!
Sell the sizzle! If we can sell our children on the advantages of learning, they'll be motivated to cultivate their minds!
Dr. Dobson shares his experience with his dad—and how his influence changed his life!
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!
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