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The Respect Dare
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The First Pillar of Respect
The First Pillar of Mutual Respect – To the extent that 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 …
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7 Pillars of Mutual Respect…
If you are married or parenting, you may be interested in knowing the 7 Pillars of Mutual Respect. You may have noticed I’ve been a little sporadic in blogging of late. I’m really sorry about that… and I really appreciate the emails and pm’s of encouragement. I have a number of life circumstances that have …
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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 …
The Respect Dare for Parents
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Tired of the Shouting Match?
Getting to the bottom of our emotional reactions to our kids can be difficult. The heat of the moment can cause us to do things we said we would never do. And it has taken me a long time to understand these reactions even in myself. Years, in fact. If I’m feeling something going on […]
What if I Mess My Kid Up?
As I talk to mothers across the country, I hear it more and more, “I’m afraid I’ll do something to mess my kid up”. I want us to take a step back from that statement and think deeply about what that real fear might be. Do we think that we might say something that will […]
5 Things to Consider in Modeling Healthy Relationships for Our Kids
Most all of us have struggled at one time or another with a relationship. A best friend who takes advantage of us, a parent who always has to have the final say, a boss who uses his positional authority in a negative way, can leave us unsure of what to do next. Depending on whether […]
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