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Flying kites, throwing balls, a feeling of security, sometimes a strong word or a look; these are all memories that many of us have of our fathers.  Stop for a moment and think…What are yours? Growing up as the son of a...

Photo credit: Morgan Sessions View original Christian Media Magazine article here.   May 16, 2015 by Drew Read We are designed to be in a relationship.  So there is no surprise the temptation can be strong...

Talking about Teen Depression is Depressing FEATURED, TO LIVE — BY ANGIE ON MAY 8, 2015 AT 8:52 AM By: Drew Read, COO Paul Anderson Youth Home We all feel sad, down, blue or discouraged at times.  That’s pretty...

Do you believe in Spiderman or Superman?  If you do, maybe you should disregard this post and video.  Supermom falls under the same category. The expectations are high.  We are expected to have: Meals prepared to...

What’s up with kids and eye contact today? Are kids becoming interpersonally 1. less comfortable and 2. less adept  as a result of the computer age? Bruce Feiler (New York Times) raises some worrisome concerns in this recent...

Do you want to be a better parent? If you see where your problems lie, please do not be discouraged. I know the tendency is to think, "I see where I have been a terrible parent. My teenager is a mess, and the situation is...

Protecting your child from harm is the most important duty you will face during the teenage years. Research from Columbia University reveals that parents who exert their parental authority by taking a “hands-on approach to...

Whenever I write a parenting article, I am reminded of how little I have it all together.  I am writing this article on the heels of one of my poorer parenting moments at the dinner table with family around.  I do so love...

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