Does your childhood, or previous relationships, ever creep into your current ones? Ron Deal is talking with USA Today best-selling author Tricia Goyer on this topic.
Dealing with a child who makes the same request over and over again.
Combing the day for things you’re thankful for can replace your old way of seeing the world.
Recognizing the roots in sin can head off disputes before they start.
It's been around as long as there have been children, but what do you do when they're your children?
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Practical tips for relieving some of the natural rivalry between siblings and helping them to develop an appreciation for one another.
As we raised our six children, Barbara and I had many opportunities to train them to get along with each other.
Because teens are trying to figure out who they are, what they are supposed to do, and what’s expected of them, all of these issues focus on the big me.
Here are three convictions to build into your child’s life.
You need to give your child the freedom to express frustration or dissatisfaction, but train him how to do this respectfully—and at the proper time.
As you face some of life’s most challenging issues with your child, do not forget that love ultimately changes a person’s life.