Category: Positive Parenting

If You Want Your Children to Trust You When They Are Teenagers . . .

If you want your children to trust you when they are teenagers: 12 simple concepts to consider.

If you want your children to trust you when they are teenagers . . . what in the world do you do?

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32 Reasons I’m Not Afraid of High Standards

Why high standards don't scare me. High standards in faith, morality, relationships, housekeeping, and life in general, aren't the problem.

I get the impression that some people are.

Whether we’re talking about moral standards, relationship standards, housekeeping standards, or whatever, they are apparently more associated with guilt, shame, discomfort, and fear than anything else. Or else annoyance, because of the guilt, shame, and discomfort they make you feel.

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Six Ways to Make Communication With Your Children Ineffective

Six Ways to Make Communication With Your Children Ineffective

Maybe making communication with your children ineffective isn’t your goal ( 😉 ), but have you been thoughtlessly implementing any of these “strategies” anyway?

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5 Ways to Be a Better Christian Parent

Five Ways to Be a Better Christian Parent

Want to take your home life to the next level? Try these five ways to be a better parent. If you already practice these principles, pick one and take it to the next level.

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12 Reasons to Have Children?

12 Reasons to Have Children?

You really should have children ~ and here’s why. Maybe?

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10 Ways to Wound Your Child’s Heart

10 Ways to Wound Your Child's Heart

Not because that’s on your to do list, but because it often ends up being on parents’ “did” list whether they realize it or not.

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Get Real: Nobody’s Perfect

Get Real: Nobody's Perfect

You’ve heard it. You’ve probably said it.

“Nobody’s perfect”

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