When teaching and training children, many parents don’t often think about the heart and bond of the child, and how the child is processing what the parent does and says. Since children often misunderstand us and situations, relationship disconnections occur.
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Our son is having financial issues. He can work from home, so he came home to stay with us so he can regroup. We told him he could stay, but he couldn’t drink in our home. Evidently, that rule was broken the first day he came.
It’s not boredom. Your brain is seeking puzzles because it’s seeking solutions. Your brain hates confusion and when the world is full of uncertainty, your subconscious finds solace in placing the right piece in just the right spot.
What if there was a special place for errors in our hearts? What if we choose to understand errors instead of becoming frustrated or hiding them?
BYU School of Family Life researchers are discovering results that may be counterintuitive to parents who focus solely on limiting screen time for kids.
Our Heavenly Parents know more about our families, and about us, than we do, and they love our children and our spouse even more than we can. Thus, it follows that the most useful counsel will not come from a mortal, earthly source, but from a divine source.