With school starting again, many parents are needing some new tips and ideas for the best ways to support their children. This is a great free webinar that I believe can be helpful to all parents, regardless the plan you have in place right now. My thanks to Unyte and Integrated Listening Systems for granting permission… Continue reading A New Back-to-School Resource for You
You’ve heard them, right? Songs about love and how it hurts. In fact, love is so awful in some of those that it even causes death. They can be quite comical. Maybe that’s why I love this Greg Tamblyn video where he sings a quick song called the “Top 10 Whiny Victim Love Songs.” I just have… Continue reading Does Love Hurt and the Missing Piece
Every couple starts with a story. A tale of how they met, what they felt, why they drew near to one another. It describes moments like: Sharing that first cup of coffee The time he first brought her flowers That first time they went to a movie and forgot about the show The first time he… Continue reading Making Your Marriage Work: Part 2
Emotionally intelligent couples are intimately familiar with each other’s world. Each partner knows so much about the other: All the relevant information about their partner’s life Major events in their history How they feel about their boss, their coworkers and their friends How they feel about the world, religion and politics Their goals, hopes and… Continue reading Making Your Marriage Work
Had a great time speaking this past Wednesday at Hope and Healing Center about dealing with high conflict people in your family or workplace. Thank you to everyone who came! Hope and Healing Center has more events coming up, so feel free to check them out at https://hopeandhealingevents.org/events/
I thought you would enjoy this post from Tim Elmore about how to work with an adult child who is thinking about moving back home after college. I do a lot of work with parents and their adult children and find this article to be spot on!