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The Respect Dare
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Dare #9 Journey – Feel like a doormat? Might need some boundaries…
If you feel like a doormat in your marriage it might be due to a need for boundaries. (stick around for the self-assessment toward the end and find out how YOU can be a Titus 2 woman and lead other women to this freedom in their marriages) I remember the first time a boundary of […]
Dare #9 of The Respect Dare – No Doormat
The reviews are in… I made the mistake of spending too much time reading reviews on Amazon recently, and while The Respect Dare has around 212 reviews, and a 4.5 out of 5 star rating, of course I focused on the handful of 1’s, 2’s, and 3’s. And at the end of that super stupid […]
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Dare #8 Journey – Remembering…
Do you remember how your husband asked you to marry him? Can you recall why you said, “Yes” to him? Do you remember the special things about him that made your heart skip a beat, your tummy feel funny, and your breath catch? I promise that those memories ARE somewhere inside your brain and heart. […]
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The Respect Dare for Parents
Recent Blog Posts
Is it Time for a Reset in Your Parenting?
I don’t know about you, but I seem to do my best parenting after the fact. Maybe you can relate; so let me explain. I give my kid freedom he isn’t ready for it and then I don’t know how to take the freedom away without a fight. I don’t think about the potential consequences of […]
How Do You Want to be Remembered as a Parent?
This has been a contemplative time for me as a parent. Dealing with my own daughter’s death and thinking through her life, God has brought to mind many of my parenting interactions — the good, the bad, and the ugly. There are many of those thoughts where I got it right in my parenting interactions, yet there […]
What Are Your Parenting Truths?
When my kids were in the teen years and there seemed to be more conflict in our home than I wanted to deal with, I started doing some introspection as to what truths I held in my parenting. What I discovered was that all the things I had learned from my parents during my childhood weren’t necessarily true. […]