I have a 22-year-old daughter that at the age of 14 years old tried to commit suicide after being in a toxic relationship. She chased after that guy for four years until she met her next boyfriend and her next. She is repeating toxic tendencies. How do I handle a daughter like her and the emotional rollercoaster she puts me through?
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I recently asked family, friends and readers to tell me where they thought they had preparedness needs unmet. I will address those needs in various ways in the next few weeks and months. Today I would like to address one that has been mentioned over and over; power outages.
While adults may long for and excitedly anticipate the opportunity of cozying up at home and enjoying a relaxing weekend of five General Conference sessions back-to-back, our energetic, active children may not share in the same enthusiasm. How can we as parents help our children and ourselves be spiritually and physically prepared for a successful, spiritual feast?
No matter what we have endured this year, Christ’s grace is not just sufficient, it is abundant. Teaching the power of this kind of grace is of greatest importance to me when it comes to teaching my children. So, for the last 10 years I’ve been building traditions for my little family to celebrate Holy Week and come to know the life, character, and Atonement of our precious Jesus.
In this episode of From Crisis to Connection, I interview Chad Ford, who recently wrote a book called "Dangerous Love" that opened my eyes on how we can better handle our own internal reactions to conflict so we can find peace and solutions.
OK, I know everyone is talking about “one year of Covid” in the world. But have you stopped to take time to think about one year of Covid in YOUR world? As a gift to yourself and future generations, take some time this week to write down how the pandemic has affected your family.