choices

How to manage yourself when someone doesn’t repent

What do you do when you’ve confronted someone close to you about a way they are hurting or violating your relationship and they refuse to repent? In these situations, we are most tempted to move into the role of judge, punisher, or controller—but the moment we do is the moment we begin to violate the relationship ourselves. In this vlog, I explain why we must choose the path of forgiveness, self-control, and courageous honesty when someone we love is unrepentant. Watch here!

Guidelines to Choices

Giving life tools to your children

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There are basically 3 guidelines for setting limits with choices. Choices are a way for us to empower our children. We expose them to the real world of responsibility by offering choices-lots of choices. I derived these guidelines from the “Becoming a love and logic parent” materials.

How to Love Our Adult Children With Purpose.

...Because living with their choices isn't always easy

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After writing a bestselling book on parenting, called Loving our kids on purpose, more and more people have asked. “When are you going to write a book about how to deal with our adult children?” It’s a great question, and as soon as I have it figured out, I’ll let you know. In the meantime, I’d like to have a heart-to-heart talk with parents of adult children.