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
So, your kids are home either because you homeschool regularly or because public school is canceled. But now- well, they are really home. Every day, no going out, pull-out-your-hair isolation home. So, what can you do to keep inevitable conflict moving you forward and drawing you together rather than tearing you apart? Continue reading Conflict With Kids at Home?
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
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
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
You’re headed to dinner at a house you’ve never been to before, and you just can’t seem to find it. It’s not on the GPS, and you seem to be driving in circles. Only, you aren’t driving, he is. You’re already late and He won’t stop for directions. Before you get too frustrated, take a look at what is really going on here. Continue reading Why Won’t He Ask for Directions?