1. 4 Ways To Pour Into Someone In a Meaningful Way

    Everyone can use some hope in the form of a blessing. Even if things are going well in life blessings speak straight to the heart, but especially when we are faced with hard times. Maybe you know of someone who could use some encouragement, an extra dose of love, or a reminder right now. Is it your child? Your teenager? Your spouse? Your neighbor? Your sister-in-law? Here are 4 ways you can pour i…Read More

  2. If Your Teen is Suicidal

    I know, none of us want to talk about this let alone think that our tween or teen could get to this point. It’s a tough topic to address for so many, yet I believe one of the most critical. I propose that while your teenager may be okay, he or she knows of someone who is not. It is an epidemic; and somehow our kids are living in a culture that has desensitized itself to it. More and more kids ar…Read More

  3. Is My Teen Even Listening to Me?!

    Have you ever felt like you’re talking into a wind tunnel or as though you’re talking to yourself when, in fact, you’re trying to have a conversation with your teenager? Do you ever feel like they’d rather be anywhere else than be standing in front of you or otherwise being in the same room? If so, you are not alone. And welcome to the season of raising adolescents. According to several re…Read More

  4. Guidelines For A Smoother Holiday Season

    How did your holidays go? Here are some key guidelines you can follow so things to go more smoothly and for you to feel more grounded during the holidays. 1. Choose your perspective In other words, how do you perceive your holidays going? Write it down. Now consider if this perspective frees you or if it strains you. Work with it until you can land on one that, with all things considered, ensures …Read More

  5. Facing your fears

    We all have fears.  We all try and manage them to some degree, and some of us are more able to keep them from interfering with our lives while others of us can feel downright crippled. Fear seems to take on this larger-than-life role that has a sole purpose of stopping or preventing what we are about to do when it doesn’t feel safe. This leaves us with a sense of having limited options in terms…Read More