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The Respect Dare
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Looking for mutual respect?
Looking for Mutual Respect? I remember the first time a boundary of mine was crossed by a friend. I didn’t recognize it for what it was at the time, but I see it clearly now. We were sitting in the theater, around age nine, and I had a box of candy. Over half the box …
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6 Mistakes That Destroy Your Marriage…
“I can’t take another day – I feel so alone! My marriage is a king’s delight, cook, clean, work, go to school, take care of the children, make sure the laundry is done, supper on the table when the husband gets in, and lay down and let him have his pleasure whenever he feels. Do …
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One small change to PREVENT an argument…
There is more than one small change to prevent an argument, but today I’ll share one of the ways we see wives go, “WOW!” over. It’s pretty simple, actually, and it works really well when you want to give feedback or help your husband and he doesn’t seem to want help or know that he …
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The Respect Dare for Parents
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How Do I Get Through to My Teen’s Brain?
Last week a friend sent me a funny picture. It was a picture of an empty glass sitting on her kitchen counter. Her comment on the photo read, “Asked my teen to get me a glass of lemonade. Guess he got it half right.” I couldn’t help but chuckle. At least she was looking at […]
Is it Really About the Hair?
Hair seems to be the topic of conversation this week. Regardless of who I’m talking with, someone makes a hair comment or tells their funny, ridiculous story. Why is it that we get so emotional about hair? And what is really going on beneath the surface? (pun intended. 🙂 ) Early in the week a […]
When Your Teen Is Living In Their Fantasy World
Most of us like a good novel where we want the main character to conquer the impossible or find that their dream comes true. We all have dreams and fantasies we would like to become a reality. And our teens are no different. But what about the times when our kids believe their fantasy will […]