8 Ways to Love Your Unrepentant Child

2018-07-17T16:05:49+00:00

What can we do when our child keeps choosing the wrong path in life? Check out my article on  "8 Ways to Love Your Unrepentant Child" on Crosswalk.com. "Through it all, we hope our children

8 Ways to Love Your Unrepentant Child 2018-07-17T16:05:49+00:00

7 Ways to Nip Narcissism in the Bud

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Want to know seven easy ways we can help our kids NOT become overly self-centered? Read my blog on the topic on the Washington Post's On Parenting here.

7 Ways to Nip Narcissism in the Bud 2015-03-11T20:42:37+00:00

A Bully of a Label

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“You’re ugly.” Those words pierced my heart as a gawky 13-year-old seventh grader. It was hard enough to be the new kid at a private school where my classmates had been together since elementary school.

A Bully of a Label 2015-03-11T18:45:59+00:00

Emancipation and the Older Teen

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Q: A little more than a year ago, our 18-year-old daughter moved to Nashville, Tenn., (completely at our expense) to be a member of a ballet company. After a year of that, she decided to

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Educating a Child’s Palate

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For years, I thought I didn’t like salad or yellow squash in particular. Frankly, most vegetables left me cold, but since eating them was required, I ate them. Rarely did I ask for seconds of

Educating a Child’s Palate 2018-07-17T16:05:49+00:00

Six Things Reality TV Can Teach Us

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Image courtesy of Ohmega1982/FreeDigitalPhotos.net Unless you live in a cave, you can’t avoid seeing one reality TV show or another. Whether it’s the antics of the Kardashians or the cut-throat world of Shark

Six Things Reality TV Can Teach Us 2018-07-17T15:59:26+00:00

Loving the Unrepentant Child

2018-07-17T16:05:49+00:00

Q: What do we do when our child refuses to be reconciled with you? In adult-to-adult relationships, each adult has the same responsibility to initiate reconciliation when conflict arises. But how does this apply to

Loving the Unrepentant Child 2018-07-17T16:05:49+00:00