Your child’s misbehavior can be a valuable clue to their strengths. Kids tap into their strengths to get what they want. Use moments of disobedience as an opportunity to discover the treasure behind the disobedience and call your child up into who they are created to be. Continue reading Search for the Treasure Behind the Disobedience
What can you do with the inner devastation caused by the inevitable pain, hurt, and loss of life? God invites you to true inner healing and wholeness. He is Healer, and He invites you to Himself. If you would like more healing and wholeness (for you or someone you love), check into these resources. Continue reading Inner Healing- Genuine, Lasting Relationship
How can you help a young person drowning in despair and anxiety? The power of connection can have more influence than you imagine. It’s time to show up, see them, just listen, speak life, and build grit. But how? Continue reading Seen: Healing Despair and Anxiety in Kids and Teens Through the Power of Connection
We often live like we are in an audition to win God’s love and favor. What we don’t realize is, the audition was canceled before it even started. What is the antidote to our insecurity? Continue reading Cancel the Audition
I love the idea of looking forward into all that God has done in the past and trusting Him with what is behind me that I can’t see (the future). This is a very unique view of the past I’m learning from the perspective of Biblical writers. Continue reading Walking Backwards Into the Future
Those who wait well with another are like diamonds. To those who are waiting with me- thank you for being the arms of God in my life. Waiting well is difficult exercise. Continue reading Wait with Me
My son recently asked me in a discipline moment, “Where’s the love, Mom?” During discipline is perhaps the most important time for me to make clear to my child, “You are loved no matter what.” But not like a Band-Aid, “I love you….but…” Continue reading Where’s the Love, Mom? Discipline that Connects with your Child’s Heart
Trouble finding words to name feelings? Improve your relationship with your spouse with this free tool for naming emotions. Help your kids voice their feelings and improve their EQ. Continue reading Naming Emotions for Spouses and Kids
How can you connect (rather than fight) with your spouse over difficult topics and build new neurological patterns in your brain related to relationship as well as healthier patterns in your relationship? How can you teach your kids to do the same? Find out here. Continue reading The Comfort Circle
Trust takes a lifetime to build but can be destroyed in a moment. How can it possibly be rebuilt? Defining trust is critical to rebuilding it. Continue reading How Do You Rebuild Trust?
If your spouse keeps bending over backwards for others and getting hurt themselves, they might have the victim love style. What can you do to help them be fully the person God designed them to be? Continue reading Help! I’m Married to Someone with a Victim Love Style.
If you feel overwhelmed, helpless, and unsafe, it’s easy for your children to be unprotected and unsafe, too. If you have the Victim Love Style, what can you do to transform your parenting for your children to be able to live their best life. Continue reading Transformational Parenting for the Victim Love Style
Instead of judging myself this time, I experienced deep friendship and true connection through my desperate, messy, uncivilized need this week. And I’m truly grateful for my friends.
Continue reading Stop Judging Need
So, you have a victim love style. What now? Life to the full is available to you. Find out how to get and stay safe and valued. Continue reading I Have a Victim Love Style. What Now?
Do you find yourself taking whatever junk other people throw at you to avoid being alone? If so, you might have the victim love style. Find out what the victim love style means, how it develops, and keys to growth. Continue reading The Victim Love Style
If you desire a partnership but feel trapped in the push and pull of control, you might be married to a controller. Learn more about this Love Style and what you can do to be fully yourself in this relationship. Continue reading Help! I’m Married to A Controller
Many are facing some melancholy this season as they look around festive tables to see seats empty. How do we show up when we are grieving in the midst of festivity? Continue reading Empty Seats
Deception has incredible power. It has the power to shatter a lifetime of trust built in a matter of seconds. I’ve discovered the most destructive deception is nothing another person can do to me, it is…. Continue reading The Most Dangerous Lie
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
There is one perspective that gives perspective. See 20/20 on today 2-20-20. Continue reading Seeing 20/20
Am I doomed to search forever for the affection and attention I long for? Find hope for the vacillator. Continue reading I’m a Vacillator. What now?
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
From rags to riches, Charles Mulli’s life is a modern miracle. His incredible choice has made him a hero. Find out more about him as Eva retells his story in a short video. Continue reading Charles Mulli’s Life Story by Eva
From rags to riches, Charles Mulli’s life is a modern miracle. His incredible choice has made him a hero. Find out more about him as Ellen retells his story in a short video. Continue reading Charles Mulli’s Life Story by Ellen