8 Great Smarts

8 Great Smarts

“You think I’m smart? Really? You mean I shouldn’t let kids call me stupid? Which of the 8 smarts do I have a lot of?”
5 Core Needs

5 Core Needs

“I can see how my unhealthy identity is causing relationship issues and doubts about my future. I want to learn more.”
No Perfect Kids

No Perfect Kids

“I do want to raise the kids we were given and not the kids we wish we had. Thank you for your help!”
Tech Savvy Kids

Tech Savvy Kids

“I had no idea my kids’ negative beliefs and behaviors were caused by the technology they use. This is so eye-opening!”

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  • 23
    May

    Lie #4: “I Am My Own Authority”

    Last Sunday, it was my great joy to facilitate a small group in my church who has been going through my book Screens and Teens. I was asked to teach about the fourth lie I address in my book: I am my own authority. I

    22
    May

    “How to Insure Your Kid Won’t Walk Away From the Faith After Graduation” Guest Post by Sue Bohlin

    If you’ve heard me speak lately, you’ve probably heard me mention my concerns about young people leaving their faith and the church behind after graduating from high school. The statistics are discouraging. It’s a reason I was motivated to write Screens and Teens.  For many

  • 17
    May

    God’s Wisdom & The “Logic Smart”

    He approached me at our exhibit space like a lot of other parents. But, he didn’t want to talk about his children. Like often happens, my teaching about the 8 great smarts had affected him personally. To make the point that the way children are

    15
    May

    I Want You to Talk to Your Kid about My Kid – Guest Blog Post by Dawn Ratzlaff

    Advocate: “a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a person, cause, etc.; a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor.” I have great respect for moms and dads who are advocates for their children. It’s among their most

  • 10
    May

    “Smarts” Help Us Communicate In Life-Enriching Ways

    All of us at Celebrate Kids believe so firmly in the value of conversation that we post a question worth asking children on our Facebook page every weekday. We also designed an app that publishes a question every day to ask children. For example, yesterday’s

    7
    May

    Unity Facilitates Respect And Security

    I showed up to the meeting about 10 minutes before it was scheduled to begin. I looked around to see if my friends were there and they hadn’t arrived yet. So, as I typically do, I chose a chair on the center aisle and this

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