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The Respect Dare
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Are you causing conflicts by accident?
What if you are causing conflicts by accident? He’s complaining and you want to help him, want to encourage him, give him a different point of view… and everything goes south? Wondering what happened? I can’t tell you how many times I see this. And I understand completely – you want to help others see …
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Without this, your marriage won’t change…
Without this, your marriage won’t change. I experienced the benefits of what I’m about to say over the weekend. Bear with me for a moment as I share with you what happened, and the small but BIG benefit that comes! The garden Tears began to fill my eyes as I walked my husband around my …
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The First Pillar of Respect
The First Pillar of Mutual Respect – To the extent my identity is wrapped up in my relationship with God, I respect myself and as a result, others respect me too. Last week I started a conversation about respect. I have seen disrespectful behavior destroy marriages, bust apart business partnerships, and tear families to pieces. …
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The Respect Dare for Parents
Recent Blog Posts
Should I Share My Shame-Filled Secrets With My Teens?
Let’s face it, we all have regrets from the past. Those deep places in our very soul that tend to haunt us from time to time. They rear their ugly head at the worst possible moment. These are the things we hold on tightly to, hoping that no one will ever find out the truth. […]
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What Adults Have Influence With Your Teens?
Did you know that teenagers who seem to have the best success moving into healthy adulthood have a “community” of adults walking beside them? The first place to look for that community is obviously at home. Are both you and your spouse invested in your children in a positive way—daily? If not, find ways […]
Owning What Is Ours To Own
Sitting in a counselor’s office as an early 30-something, I remember the psychologist introducing me to the conflict triangle. It appeared that I had been part of one since childhood without even understanding how I was participating. What I discovered was that when the two people in my life were in conflict, I was the emotional support for both […]