By Mike Bechtle Photo by Alex Green from Pexels Imagine that your spouse hit one of your “buttons,” and you had an angry outburst. How do you repair the relationship? Read on to learn more about anger control. “[The children of Israel] made [Moses’] spirit bitter, and he spoke rashly with his lips” (Psalm 106:33). … Continue reading What Should I Do After an Angry Outburst?
By Jessie Minassian Mother and teenage daughter having an argument Invest in your relationship, not only to keep you from regret, but to also give your teens a solid footing for their lives ahead Listen to a broadcast about teens with Jessie Minassian. An eye roll (or 20). A smashed bumper. Indifference and disrespect. Eating … Continue reading 4 Powerful Ways to Love Your Teens and Help Them Like You Back (Maybe)
By Cynthia Tobias Photo by Retha Ferguson from Pexels If you’re a strong-willed woman, it can be tough to parent a younger version of yourself. But you also have a definite advantage—you know what it’s like to be a strong-willed child. “My strong-willed child and I are like two goats fighting on a cliff — … Continue reading Strong-Willed Women Mothering Strong-Willed Children