Our fifth child is in her early thirties and living with us at home for the past several years. She’s divorced with no children. When she was a baby, she seemed to suffer with brain fog. Life is difficult for her. It was a problem when she was married and they both broke down. . It seems she is doomed to difficulty and disappointment. I find it frustrating and sad!
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Even as a little girl, I knew I had a fiery temper. I remember watching the extraordinarily sweet singing leader at church and knowing I had a different set of DNA. My teachers taught kindness and I listened and did my best. My best was enough for a long time. Until that summer.
I’m in recovery from an addiction that started when I was a kid. My wife and I have three young sons and I don’t want them leaving my house with any kind of addiction like I did.
As we've been coaching parents for the past year, we've heard over and over, "I want to be a great parent, but I need to feel better first." We all want to feel vibrant and alive and have the energy to enjoy life with our family. The following are not simply nice suggestions, these are scientifically proven ways to increase your happiness.
Church leaders share how parents and wards can help children become like the Savior.