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Learning to Love the Ugly in a Photoshopped Culture

Learning to Love the Ugly in a Photoshopped Culture

Having a terrible day doesn’t mean you’re a terrible mother.
When Everything You Do Is Wrong

When Everything You Do Is Wrong Subscriber access only

Helping your teenager deal with shame
Letting Our Kids Fail

Letting Our Kids Fail

It goes against our mama-bear instincts—but it may be what our kids really need.
A Culture of Cruelty

A Culture of Cruelty

How can we prevent bullying?
Beyond "Traditional" Bullying

Beyond "Traditional" Bullying Subscriber access only

The dangers of cyberbullying

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I Just Want to Be "Comfortable Enough"

I Just Want to Be "Comfortable Enough"

Is it really worth chasing after the American Dream?
Why This?
This article challenges moms to intentionally model Jesus' values of sacrifice and simplicity rather than the self-centered consumerism of the American dream.

Volunteer Training

Get your kids to give their time
Why This?
Starting at a young age, you can train your kids to be compassionate servants by getting them involved in volunteer opportunities.

Choices and Consequences

Your response to negative behavior can bring positive results
Why This?
Wise discipline will help children learn to make better choices. Here are 3 tips for making your discipline more effective.
When Life Hurts

When Life Hurts

Helping kids deal with disappointment
Why This?
Your kids will go through heartache, grief and disappointment. You can help them navigate their pain in a way that fosters perseverance and strengthens their faith.

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Single Parenting

Single Parenting

It's tough to guide, protect, train, and grow our children when we're the only adult responsible for their primary care. Here's help and a good dose of encouragement for making a wonderful difference in your child’s life.
Family + Fun

Family + Fun

Sibling rivalries. Getting along. Being respectful. The way your family behaves and reacts can change for the better and thrive in the wonder years of parenthood and childhood.
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