Are you struggling with teenagers giving you attitude? Consider the calling of scripture to discipline and guide children into lives of discipleship.
We call it “dead-face.” It is commonly displayed by teenagers hoping to communicate a lack of interest in the topic at hand. An empty stare. A flat affect. Silence. Dead-face. And it is not allowed in our home.
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Family is a circle of strength and love that grows with every birth and union. In the mist of a storm we become like a tripod. Standing firm!
There is a great overcomer within you. Unleash your champion today.
Working closely with your mate will help decrease stress within a blended family. Make time for relationship building with your mate. Because of the more complexed challenges in a step or blended family, expect disputes around money, responsibilities, sex, in-laws, traditions and holidays. There are many adjustments to be made within this new family. The first step to finding a balance with your mate is to emphasize the strengths you have with your mate and don’t belittle them.
“Good, better, best. Never let it rest. ‘Til your good is better and your better is best.” – St. Jerome quotes
The gender creative child by Diane Ehrensaft, PHD. This book is not only a great read but simplistically written for even a novest to comprehend.