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The Respect Dare
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Phrases that Either Open or Close His Heart
Phrases that either open or close his heart So far we’ve learned how to get and keep our husband’s attention. Today I share several key phrases to avoid. We don’t want to sabotage the conversation by making him feel defensive! I also share a few key phrases to include in your communication that will help keep his […]
Psst… are your thoughts destroying you?
Is self-talk destroying you? Shoulders hunched over, face in a scowl, the thoughts come… “I can’t.” “I’m so lousy at this…” “I wish I’d never started…” “I want to quit.” Or maybe, like the woman in the story in Matthew 9:21, she perseveres, knowing – no, believing – for twelve years – that she will […]
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Whatever You Pay Attention To Grows…
Whatever you pay attention to grows As she walked from the workshop to the house, she remembered several weeks ago, when she asked for his help and he completely ignored her, not even answering. Is your marriage in a state where one of you ignores the other? Understand that choosing to not respond to someone […]
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The Respect Dare for Parents
Recent Blog Posts
Are You Helping or Enabling Your Kids?
Most of us would do anything for our kids. We want them to be happy. We want them to say we were always there for them. We want them to be successful in school, in sports, and in relationships. Our desire is for our kids to be the best they can be and compete at […]
Team or Silo Parenting?
Parenting toward a team mentality is so much easier when our kids are small. After all, their needs are more basic and we tend to do everything as a family. The kids help us set the table, put away their toys, and we tend to celebrate each individual’s milestones as a family. Birthday parties include everyone […]
How to Get Your Kid’s Attention When They Aren’t Listening
Last week I gave you two homework assignments. If you didn’t see them, you can read about them here. How did you do? If you were able to complete them, especially the one about remaining silent when your kids weren’t listening, pat yourself on the back — well done! I talk to moms all the time […]
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