Five Tips for Creating Family Connection

If you want a strong, healthy family and to create great character in your children, you need to be willing to invest time and attention in creating it. Your return on investment (ROI) will be amazing.

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Stress-Free Christmas

3 Simple Tips for a Stress-Free Christmas

Move some items off your plate to make room for a relaxed and enjoyable holiday season. You can always pick those things up again next month. Magical moments are available, but you have to be there to experience them.

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children and gratitude

Children and Gratitude

Is gratitude about not giving them everything? Is it about making them work for what they want? Maybe it’s making sure they see what others do not have? What about teaching them to share? This is the answer I came up with …

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natural disasters

Supporting Children: War & Natural Disasters

Our children are imprinted with varying amounts of fear from growing up in times of war and natural disasters. They are also imprinted with the compassion of those helping, the pain of those suffering loss and the joy of lives saved. That is a lot to take in for these little people with limited life experience.

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middle school madness

Middle School Madness

One of our children just started middle school this year. This is our second child to go through what I call “Middle School Madness.” What

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mothers and sons

Mothers and Sons

Letting go is hard. And yet letting go is essential. You can surrender to the process, or they will take their independence with force.

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Divorce: Sharing Kids on Thanksgiving

Families of Divorce: Sharing Kids On Thanksgiving

How many people are roaming around with holiday anxiety and they don’t even know why? It may just stem from childhood stress over the holiday season, which has absolutely nothing to do with them. It is a sad way to experience a beautiful time of year.

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