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  • 10 Things I Want My Son to Know

    10 Things I Want My Son to Know

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    Studies have revealed that children with highly involved fathers are: More confident and less anxious when placed in unfamiliar settings Better able to deal with frustration Better able to adapt to changing circumstances and breaks from their routin

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  • 5-Minute Retreats for Moms

    5-Minute Retreats for Moms

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    “Moms can be viewed as being all sufficient for everything – having no needs of their own. Husbands, children, and aging parents can assume because they don’t say so, that they never grow tired and weary and wish at times they could just run away and hid

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  • A Father's Guide For Life

    A Father's Guide For Life

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    “Work is a necessity for life, and every father has to provide for his family. Being immovable and steadfast is the secret for you as your family’s provider. All the work that you do for Christ will be rewarded.” ***Taken From A Father’s Guide For Life by Jack Countryman

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  • Aaron's Way: The Journey of a Strong-Willed Child

    Aaron's Way: The Journey of a Strong-Willed Child

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    ust like there are no two snow flakes alike, there are no two children alike. This is true when they have the same parents and live in the same home. As parents, we make one of our first big mistakes when we try to shape children into our preconceived

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  • An Unexpected Joy: The Gift of Parenting a Challenging Child

    An Unexpected Joy: The Gift of Parenting a Challenging Child

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    “Some parents are presented with the challenge immediately that their infant is experiencing an abnormality or health problem. Medical science has much hope to offer these parents because many conditions can now be reversed or rectified. With Autism, pa

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  • Be the Parent

    Be the Parent

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    Psychologist and Focus on the Family host, Dr. James Dobson relates, “respect is the critical ingredient in all human relationships, and just as parents should insist on receiving it from their children, they are obligated to model it in return.” What do

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  • For Parents Only

    For Parents Only

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    A primary responsibility of parents is to provide a safe and nurturing environment for their children. Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote, “Do you hear the children weeping, O my brothers, ere the sorrow comes with years? They are weeping in the playtime of

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  • Front Porch Parenting

    Front Porch Parenting

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    Q My four year old is starting to ask questions about sex, Where do I start? A Begin where your child left off: For example, a usual first question is, “Where did I come from?” You can approach the answer to this or other basic questions about sex in tw

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  • Honey, Hang in There

    Honey, Hang in There

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    “How well I remember what it was like when my three children required around the clock care. How I longed for some time for myself – actually looked forward to the time they would grow up enough for me to have a little time to sit down with a book or jus

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