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Kristin is 40 years old, but has no trouble remembering the name of one of her first grade classmates. It’s because of what happened on one particular day. Perhaps you can think back to having substitute teachers when you were young. What often happened? One
Unless you live in isolation, you’ve probably noticed young people questioning authority more often than you might have at their age. As I address in chapter 7 of Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World, many of our youth struggle with
A friend of mine was nicknamed “Walmart” by a group of people she was mentoring. They believed she was selling herself short and not ever earning what she was worth. After signs from God, professional growth, and being challenged and encouraged by a number of
I wouldn’t have to go to my fitness appointment today. No one can make me go. But, I should go. I made a commitment and Linda [my trainer] has the appointment in her calendar and has arranged her schedule to be there. Linda will understand,
Have you ever kept ice cream in the freezer a bit too long? You know you have if you remove the lid and see tiny ice crystals before you see the ice cream. You can still enjoy the ice cream, of course. Believe me, I
If your children complain they can’t do anything well, don’t yell at them. (I know you know that.) And don’t tell them they’re wrong. Convince them they’re wrong. When children are filled with doubt and have been told by even one person that they can’t
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