How can we teach our kids the thousands of necessary life skills without leaving them feeling like they will never measure up?
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In today’s world, it’s no doubt harder than ever to raise children. So parents can use every resource they can get to help with one of the most important jobs they’ll ever have. One excellent resource is a book titled What Girls Need: How to Raise Bold, Courageous, and Resilient Women. Today I interview the author.
Have you ever completely lost control of yourself and you weren’t exactly sure why? This can happen to anyone. This usually means that you’ve been triggered in some way. If you understand how your feelings impact your thoughts and actions you can train yourself to use those pesky negative triggers as triggers for good thoughts and behavior instead of bad.
I just found out (20 minutes ago) my 11-year-old has read an inappropriate young adult novel. The book has inappropriate language and graphic sexual content. I am beyond crushed and upset.
Anyone who has children knows that parenting is the toughest thing we ever do! Sometimes during that difficult journey of child rearing, we have epiphanies that stop us in our tracks, and redirect our course. I’d like to share the striking experiences of four people...
Our experience is that many young people remain abstinent before marriage but deeply misunderstand the full meaning and purpose of the law of chastity or of sexuality—misunderstandings that often, sadly, result in future marital struggles. Our goal as parents and leaders should be to help our children to be both sexually pure and prepared.