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May 24, 2019

The Paradigm Shift that Will Lead to a Happier Life

We started with joy. We all began life with our default switches set to happiness. As babies, our natural state was joy. But as we grew up, we began to learn the concept of ownership, and with it came selfishness and competition. We began to learn the notion of control, and with it came pride and frustration. We began to learn the concept of independence, and with it came loneliness and isolation. So, how do we return to happiness?

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Changing the Climate of Your Parenting

Have you ever wondered if something you’ve done has inescapably messed up your child? That time you vehemently stuck to your guns despite the child’s strong opposition and you fear you damaged your relationship with her in the meantime. Or the time you let his misbehavior slide without consequence and missed a vital teaching opportunity. Are these moments of parenting indiscretion those that will define your lasting influence on your child?

Your Hardest Family Question: My husband’s mental illness is causing me to break down

I have been married for 25 years. It's been a rocky journey but we have always been a team and strong. He served in the Navy but was discharged with posttraumatic stress disorder. His mental illness, which included several serious suicide attempts, had a massive impact on us all. In a recent argument, I had what I can only describe as a mental breakdown. He is now blaming me for ending the marriage. I'm clueless as to what to do.

Latter-day Prophet Meets with Tongan King and Queen

President Nelson visits a kingdom rich in Church history.



Breaking News

Changing the Climate of Your Parenting

Have you ever wondered if something you’ve done has inescapably messed up your child? That time you vehemently stuck to your guns despite the child’s strong opposition and you fear you damaged your relationship with her in the meantime. Or the time you let his misbehavior slide without consequence and missed a vital teaching opportunity. Are these moments of parenting indiscretion those that will define your lasting influence on your child?

Your Hardest Family Question: My husband’s mental illness is causing me to break down

I have been married for 25 years. It's been a rocky journey but we have always been a team and strong. He served in the Navy but was discharged with posttraumatic stress disorder. His mental illness, which included several serious suicide attempts, had a massive impact on us all. In a recent argument, I had what I can only describe as a mental breakdown. He is now blaming me for ending the marriage. I'm clueless as to what to do.

Latter-day Prophet Meets with Tongan King and Queen

President Nelson visits a kingdom rich in Church history.

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