Think before you speak is one of the earliest lessons we teach our kids, and yet sometimes we forget it as adults.
Parents, I have some encouraging news for you. Although we’re all suffering from just a smidge of PTSD this year, we have also learned some really important lessons. And I’m not just talking about discovering that the kids won’t interrupt your Zoom meetings if you hide in your laundry closet. I’m talking about some crucial […]
Hi Friends! A few weeks ago I shared some exciting news about my friend and our Senior Editor, Katie Phillips. She launched her very first children’s book, God, You Make Me Feel Special, into the world through iDisciple Publishing, the same group that publishes my women’s devotionals. I thought you all would want to know […]
I recently decided to interview coaches, and in those discussions I consistently heard the following things that drive them nuts . . . and these 6 tips on what parents should do instead:
The daddy/daughter dances. The skinned knees and kissed boo-boos. Watching recitals, cheering at games, drying tears after first break-ups. Dads, we know you love your daughter. And you know you love your daughter. But there’s something you might not know: just how much your daughter needs to hear it! In the research with teens and […]