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August 14, 2017

Why Parent-Teen Communications Often Fall Short

by admin

As a parent, you want to be there for your teenager. You try to learn what’s happening in his or her life and try to help with problems or uncertainties he or she may be facing. But despite your best efforts, most of the time you are rebuffed. Responses ranging from stony silence to outright […]

October 14, 2013

Children’s Grief from a Mother’s Point of View

by ChristianWorks

I had no idea what I was supposed to do when my husband passed away and how to help my 2-year-old daughter with the loss of her dad.  I looked for children’s books to help her understand.  I went through counseling on my own for guidance.  Through personal trial and error, I learned what top […]

August 12, 2013

When Life Gets Messy: Parenting After Divorce

by ChristianWorks

By Laura Petherbridge Life as a single parent can be exhausting, frustrating, and fearful. However, it is possible to survive and even thrive when parenting alone. It takes work, a willingness to change destructive patterns, and a teachable spirit. After a divorce a child typically becomes as emotionally stable as the parent. This is true even […]
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