We’ve become entrenched in our own need to be the most right, the greatest martyr, and along the way we’ve lost our empathy.
I see a lot of folks mired in fear because we see so much to be afraid of. But even the darkest of times, some light manages to seep through.
Our best parenting moments and worst ones are threads in the same tapestry, weaved together into something beautiful because of its imperfections.
Saying I’m sorry quickly to my family whenever I screw up is one aspect of my parenting and married life that I feel like I am always getting right.
Is your family generally optimistic? In today’s anxiety-inducing culture, optimism can be elusive — especially for kids. Fortunately, a new […]
In the face of anger or other challenging emotions, our calmness becomes their calmness. Our exploration, theirs. Our patience, theirs.