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Never Underestimate the Need to Be Needed

Do your kids feel that they are a vital part of the family "team?" Everyone-- even the youngest--needs a job to help the family; it causes them to build confidence, and feel (...)

Ponder the Path of Thy Feet

Right now your children are small and trusting you to help them climb the little hills. Help them do it (but don’t do it for them) and when they are grown they will climb the (...)

Coming Soon... August 2019

Neuroplasticity is the study of how the brain changes itself. Through personal stories as well as quotes from the world of science, my new book introduces what is happening (...)

Put Your Eyeballs on Me

The need in a child’s soul for you—his parent—to look at him is overwhelming. Face-time to a child is like sunshine to a flower or rain to parched soil.

Sneaky Kids, Naive Parents

Ever wonder why some kids are so sneaky? When I became a mom, I gave special attention to training my children to be open and forthright. I wanted honest children, not (...)

The Three Types of Men: Junior-Size

Just like there are three types of men, boys all tend toward one personality type. Here's how to tell what natural inclinations your son has, and how you can guide him to (...)

The Screens Between

How do you continue to be submissive when your husband is passive? We have always disagreed where our children are concerned; I’m a disciplinarian and he lets most everything (...)

The Blessing of ADD

I encourage you to see your child’s inclination with a label on it as his gift from above. He just needs the right opportunities to develop.

The Key to Keeping Your Kids

If you don’t provide a vision, your children will find their own, and it might not be the proper kind.