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from Mark Merrill's Blog

How to Create Healthy Boundaries for Rebellious Teens

When dealing with teenage rebellion, it’s important to first understand why your teen may be rebelling. Then you can address what you can do about it. Okay, imagine you’re at a basketball game. But this is no ordinary basketball game.  In this arena, there are no rules and no boundaries. The only goal for the player is to get […]

from MomJunction

How To Understand Teen Psychology?

How To Understand Teen Psychology? Scroll down and get more information on how to understand teen psychology below.

from To Love, Honor and Vacuum

Why do Teenagers Rebel? Thoughts from a 19-Year-Old Who Didn't


5 Ways to Help Your Child Deal With Rejection

5 Ways to Help Your Child Deal With Rejection - rejection is hard enough for adults to deal with but can be even harder for our children to deal with all of the emotions that come from feeling rejected. Here are a few things you can do to help them.

from Mark Merrill's Blog

It's About Time: 4 Things Every Parent Must Know

One of our Family First team members, Andy Mayer, shared a message with our entire team about how to make the most of our time as a parent. This blog is based on some of his thoughts. According to the British Heart Foundation, the average person spends 19 minutes a day thinking about their regrets. […]

from Club 31 Women

How to Build Up Your Marriage, Child, and Home . . . One Word at a Time {with 3 Free Printables}

Do you recognize the need to build up your children every day, too? This list of phrases will encourage the child who hears them from a sincere parent. There are so many “voices” in this world telling our kids they don’t measure up. Behind every young child who believes in him, is a parent who believed in him first. Let’s go on the offensive and help our girls and boys see how truly wonderful they are. ~ Club31Women

from SheKnows

'How was your day?' is not the best way to get your kids to dish on how school was