Parenting sensitive children is a tremendous privilege and responsibility. Here are six ways that we can help our highly sensitive child thrive through our parenting.
Young people are often confused by rhetoric coming from their peers, schools, and media. How can parents respond when asked about abortion?
We’re not promising that an overnight summer camp will immediately provide your child with an abundance of confidence for the rest of his or her life. However, we are confident that, in age-appropriate doses, experiences like camp will present your child with opportunities for healthy development.
One of the most effective parenting strategies is to simply take advantage of everyday opportunities to love our children and instill the right values.
Help your child embrace God as his or her heavenly Father.
You can help your children understand that they really are loved—and even liked—by their heavenly Father.
In today’s culture, families are surrounded by accounts of shootings, bombings and mass killings. Equip children with the necessary facts to process these tragic events for a larger understanding and to ease their fears.
As a counselor, I’m often asked how to talk with kids about tragedies such as the latest school shooting. Here are some strategies I offer in my practice for intentional and effective conversations about tragedy.
We can’t shield our kids from hearing about mass shootings and violence against innocents. But how should you talk to them?
Speaking so your grandchildren will listen, is more about personality types than it is about the generation gap.