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It’s easy to get off course with our parenting today due to so many distractions and a cultural imperative of
They say it’s better to give than receive—but why not do both at the same time? That’s exactly what the
With school back in session, it’s time to say goodbye to summer—but no worries! From beer and balloons to live
At a weekend retreat many years ago, my wife Anne was lamenting that her dad couldn’t say he loved her.
When you escort your high school grad to college, you may think your job of parenting them is finished—think again.
Sometimes, it can be easy to become set in our ways. We fall into routine and forget about the benefits
The Imposters by Tom Rachman | I am still not sure if I liked this book, but I must admit
I heard about a teenage girl one day who one day came home and began venting about her friends to