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The Respect Dare
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5 Steps to Putting the Brakes on Divorce…
Maybe you’re thinking about it. Maybe the dreaded, “D-word” has popped out of your mouth in a sentence. Maybe you find yourself thinking, “I can’t keep living like this. I need to get away from this pain.” Or… “I hate him/her.” Or even worse, “I feel nothing towards him/her anymore. Why am I even bothering?” …
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Top 10 Ways to Destroy Your Marriage
Few people probably Google “ways to destroy my marriage,” but we all need to pay attention to some marriage-destroying communication behaviors. Sometimes we learn from knowing what NOT to do. 🙂 Bear in mind, I’m not one given to sarcasm, and this post is literally dripping with it. I hope you aren’t offended, but a …
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Top 10 Ways to Disrespect Yourself…
The Respect Dare journey can be a difficult to do, depending on several factors: The extent to which you respect yourself (have healthy boundaries with other people) How much you wrap your identity up in what God says, as opposed to what people say (if we are constantly seeking approval, or conversely, watching eagerly for …
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The Respect Dare for Parents
Recent Blog Posts
Are You in a Battle of Wills With Your Teen?
Cheryl was absolutely at the end of her rope with her 12 year old daughter. Where had her little girl gone? It was almost as if overnight this sweet little innocent girl had taken an obstinate “my way or the highway” stance, determined to turn the family upside down if she didn’t get her way. […]
Random Acts of Kindness?
Sitting in a room full of women during a Daughters of Sarah course on marriage, I kept thinking about my relationship with my three teens and my soon to be teenager. Nina Roesner was talking about “random acts of kindness” and how we could show our husbands respect through the little things we did for […]
Got Teens Controlling Your Life?
It seems like almost daily I get a question from a parent on how to handle situations that have become real frustrations in their home. You may have seen similar scenarios in your own family. You know the ones. Your teen makes a request and you say “yes”. After all, you want to connect with […]