The teen years are when we are supposed to step back and let our kids develop some independence. They have to learn to make right and wrong choices.
I was horrified for my friend who had to spend Thanksgiving at the country club… with no football!
Realizing how stressful and difficult Thanksgiving entertaining can be, Grandma sent us some tips to help deal with the variety of personalities.
We need the interaction of relationships, many of which come and go, to travel with us through life‚Äôs journey.
Even the youngest members of the family may participate in family meetings. You may find it difficult to schedule these meetings at first, but it is well worth it.
Once again my 89 year old grandmother’s wisdom is worthy of sharing.
When families don‚Äôt dine together, it is tough for our kids to learn good manners. It all starts in the home. Start having dinner together as often as possible.
Whether to yourself or to your God, the act of prayer is taking ideas and impressing them upon your subconscious mind.
Without missing a beat, and with a straight face, my teenage daughter quickly responded, “No, my dad is a 50 year old stripper.”
Whether it is a job interview, a presentation for work or just speaking to the boss, effective communication is an essential skill.