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Mother's Day: An Opportunity for Growth

What if mothers used the day as an opportunity to reflect on their motherhood and be intentional about the areas of their mothering journey they want to strengthen or improve?

  • Catherine Hickem, L.C.S.W. |
  • May 05, 2011 |
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When Mother’s Day Hurts

Numerous women have revealed that they dread Mother’s Day. Here are a few reasons why.

Shaping Your Strong-Willed Child

Don’t despair if you have a strong-willed child, with intense opinions and a demanding nature.

Handling an Angry Teen

When your thought patterns rub up against those of your teenager, you can use it as an opportunity to help bring healing and a new perspective to your child.

There Is No God? A Missionary Family's Journey

Who could have imagined that within two and a half years of marriage we would have exchanged our cozy Hampshire cottage, job security, etc for Albania!

  • Sar Wakeley, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine |
  • April 27, 2011 |
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How to Adjust Your Parenting Style for the Teen Years

The commanding communication style used when your kids were younger won’t work well when they are adolescents.

Get Out of the Two Income Trap

Many families want to live on one income but can't seem to get out of the two income trap.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • April 22, 2011 |
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Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone?

The decision of when to allow a child to get a cell phone comes with financial ramifications and more.

“Why Do We Let Them Dress Like That?”

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Mrs. Jennifer Moses asks, “Why do so many of us not only permit our teenage daughters to dress like this... but pay for them to do it with our AmEx cards?”

When Does Discipline Become Abuse?

It is through discipline that we shape our kids. Hopefully they will respect our opinions and not just our authority.

Building Bridges: Emily Colson on Raising Her Autistic Son

In Emily Colson’s new book Dancing with Max, she chronicles the highs and the lows, the heartbreak and the joy, the magic and the mystery of sharing life with her autistic son Max.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • April 08, 2011 |
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Regardless of Your Age, Your Job Isn't Finished Yet

When it is no longer possible to venture out and do the things you once loved, can you still find a reason to look forward to each day? Author Missy Buchanan believes that you can...

The Misplaced Aims of the Tiger Mother

We can learn a great deal by reading Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, but we cannot read the book without being both impressed and grieved.

Building Important Bonds with Your Extended Family

The extended family is important for our children. It’s good for them to have an understanding of not just the “roots” of our family but the “branches.”

Holy Week: Prepare for Easter with Your Family

We reveal to ourselves and others what is important to us by the way we celebrate. Is the season before Easter mainly a hassle or is it a time of considering God's work in our lives?

Protecting Your Son From Aggressive Girls

How can we prepare our teenage sons for dealing with the attention and temptation being thrown at them?

Wimpy Kid Sequel Suffers from Stunted Growth

Like the transitional adolescent phase the story depicts, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, based on the book series by Jeff Kinney, is a bit awkward and unsettled.

Combat Sexual Pressure by Changing the Script

Youth consistently believe that more of their peers are having sex than they really are. Our young people need to know they are not alone in their choice to live sexually pure lives.

  • Rebecca Hagelin, Author |
  • March 16, 2011 |
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Helping Your Child Make Sense of Disaster

Even a little person can make a big difference. As Japan's disaster recovery unfolds, there are sure to be abundant lessons that will be relevant to children's hearts.

Setting the Emotional Tone of Your Home

I set the emotional tenor of my home, as do you sweet fellow mothers...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran, Moments for Mom |
  • March 11, 2011 |
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