5 P's of Parenthood: 1. Priorities. (remember God and Family First) 2. Positivity. (it goes a LONG way) 3. Persistence. (the only way to raise a child.) 4. Pondering. (a MUST if you are to grow as a mother.) 5. Patience. (its hard to have, but a virtue as a parent.)
Do you ever get so fed up with your husband or kids that you feel like you might explode? While sometimes it is hard to admit, we moms really do set the tone for our families. Don't miss these 5 practical tips for resetting your mood when anger strikes!
This is a very sensitive topic, but this is a real addiction and a real threat for our children. Teaching children about pornography is a very hard thing to do, but if done correctly, it can help them stay away from this temptation. First of all, you need to understand that when I taught my... Read More »
They Don't Stop at "I'm Sorry" Kerry Stutzman, a family and marriage counselor in Denver, makes sure her children go beyond apologizing to make amends: "I explain to them that when they do something that hurts or offends another person, it is like pounding a nail into a board. When we apologize, it's like pulling the nail out of the board. That is a good, important step, but there is still a hole in the board. We still need to fill the hole with putty to completely cover the damage that was…