When you have a high need for control in your life, you might just be a controlling parent. What landmines ought you avoid and how can you do that? Continue reading Transformational Parenting for the Controller
Do you feel like you need to control or be controlled? You can get control over that feeling and be more successful in your work and family life. Here’s how. Continue reading I’m a Controller. What Now?
Do you (or someone you love) dislike authority and hate it when people disrespect or interrupt you? Do you see those you care about acting weak and fearful around you? Perhaps your love style has something to do with it.. Continue reading The Controller Love Style
If your spouse vacillates between “I love you and need you close to me all the time” and “I am so angry with you, go away!” you might need to read this. Continue reading Help! I’m Married to a Vacillator
How can you raise your children to have healthy, lasting, loving relationships if you don’t feel that is possible for you? Continue reading Transformational Parenting for the Vacillator
Do you feel like no one has ever really understood you, and that everyone you care about lets you down? Perhaps you are a vacillator. Find out more. Continue reading The Vacillator Love Style
If your spouse is annoyingly interesting in caring for and pleasing others and assessing your mood, but can’t stand to be alone or set boundaries for the kids, you might need to read this. Continue reading Help! I’m Married to a Pleaser
So, I’m people-pleasing and care-taking. How does that affect my kids and how can I protect them from myself? Continue reading Transformational Parenting for the Pleaser
If you have the imprint of a pleaser love style, you aren’t doomed to a life of perpetual over-commitment and of one-sided relationships. You can become a secure connector. Here are some steps in that direction. Continue reading I’m a Pleaser, What Now?
Are you a great empathizer and giver, often giving more than you receive to help others? If so, you may be a pleaser love style. Find out what this means for you. Continue reading The Pleaser Love Style
Much of marriage is about being a team and loving and comforting one another through the joys and trials of life. So, what do you do when your spouse doesn’t give and receive comfort and affection well? Continue reading Help! I’m Married to an Avoider
If you have an avoider love style, how can you raise integrated, whole-hearted children? What do you need to keep in mind as you parent? Continue reading Transformational Parenting for the Avoider
So, you have the avoider love style. What practical steps can you take to change? (And why should you?) Continue reading I’m an Avoider. What Now?
Are you independent and self-reliant, preferring not to talk about emotions? Perhaps you are an avoider love style. Find out why this might be wreaking havoc on your relationships. Continue reading The Avoider Love Style
Do you have a destructive love style, or are you a secure connector? Secure connectors are a rare gem, and a gift to the world. Are you one? Find out… Continue reading The Secure Connector
Many of us were imprinted as a child with a love style that causes us a lot of problems as an adult. Were you? Take the quiz to find out. Continue reading Do You Have A Destructive Love Style? Take This Quiz
What can lists do for the brain? It’s fascinating…and it might just change your productivity! Continue reading Your Brain On Lists
Here are 5 practical ways to curb procrastination in your life today. Finally get rid of that guilty feeling weighing on you from all those tasks you are procrastinating on. Continue reading 5 Brain-Based Solutions to Stop Procrastinating
Can you answer the question I recently posed in class? If you can, it might just change your life, your future, and your peace. Continue reading Define Success in One Word
Would you like to reclaim the beauty God built into your soul? Check out this infographic that provides healing truths for each Enneagram personality type. Continue reading Patching Perforated Beauty: Healing Enneagram Perspectives
Yesterday, I spent a chunk of the afternoon trying to convince my four-year-old that wolves don’t come out when it thunders outside. I discovered last night that I was wrong. Continue reading ThunderWolves are Real
Shaunti and Jeff Feldhan did some very compelling research into men and women’s perspectives in marriage, and they asked this simple question to the men in their study: “What’s the one thing that you wish your wife/significant other knew, but … Continue reading The #1 Thing Husbands Wish Their Wives Knew (It directly correlates to women’s greatest insecurity)
Shaunti and Jeff Feldhan did some very compelling research into men and women’s perspectives in marriage, and they asked this simple question to the women in their study: “What’s the most important thing you wish your husband/significant other knew, but … Continue reading The #1 Thing Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew
Have you ever spoken to someone from a different country and automatically made some kind of judgement about them based on how they sounded? Why not, we do it all the time with Americans, right? For example, if they sound … Continue reading Friendly Sounds Different in Different Languages
My college English teacher set a precedent for me for how to pray for others. He showed me how to pray Scripture for others. If you’d like to know a simple, effective way to pray for those in your world, this is the top approach I would recommend. Continue reading Praying Scripture
What does “the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit” in 1 Peter mean? For the extroverted, boisterous, passionate woman, the words may seem to signify that beauty is beyond reach. For the shy, perhaps they are misleading. Let’s look at what is meant in these passages and discover hope for all women that we can depend on the LORD to work true beauty in our spirits. Continue reading Unfading Beauty: What Does Gentle and Quiet Really Mean?
How would you respond in your heart if you saw someone buying an elaborate cake with food stamps? The reason might choke you up and make you question how you think about others. Continue reading Grocery Glares
You love your husband, hands down. Why does He get so angry sometimes- as if you’d punched him in the face? There’s a good chance that something you did communicated disrespect to him. Find out more about what communicates disrespect and what you can do about it. Continue reading 3 Ways to Disrespect Your Husband (And Respectful Alternatives)