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The Respect Dare
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3 things you MUST KNOW when dealing with conflict
Are you aware of the 3 things you must know when dealing with conflict? I’m an adjunct professor of interpersonal communication and public speaking courses at Cincinnati State College. One of my students stopped me after class the other day and asked if he could pick my brain about how he wanted to help his […]
Dare #2 of The Respect Dare …
Research shows that our childhood may be messing with our marriage – and Dare #2 of The Respect Dare: 40 days to a deeper connection with God and our husband brings this to life for us all. Given that the divorce rate is as high as it is, and most women are dissatisfied in their […]
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Dare 1 of The RESPECT DARE
Got expectations? They might be destroying your marriage. Sitting next to each other in the church pew at a conference for young girls and their moms, my daughter and I smiled at each other. Standing and worshiping together, we clapped hands, waved our arms, and sang our hearts out. We took notes sitting side by […]
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The Respect Dare for Parents
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Tired of the Conflict?
One of the things we sometimes forget as parents is that our brain is hardwired for conflict. Spend some time with a 2-year old and you will see the way he is willing to stand up for his rights. “No” seems to be his word of choice as he separates from mom and learns that […]
One of our jobs as parents is to nurture our kid’s sense of identity. Through the time we spend with them our kids learn who they are, what they’re good at, as well as our family’s belief system. They develop a mental image of who they are as they receive feedback from the world around […]
5 Actions to Take When You Can’t Believe Who Your Kids Are Hanging Out With!
It’s tough as a parent when our kids choose to hang out with what we might refer to as “unsavory” characters. Whether it is the need to feel included or a desire to test the waters of independence, most kids are more likely than not to choose friends that are not necessarily a good influence […]