Focus on what matters most: "As teenagers, their time with us is short. It is preferable to see their heart being transformed than simply having their actions controlled."
You might be limiting your teen’s access to texting and social media, but one day they will most likely use these digital platforms on their own to communicate. Now is the time to start talking about God’s guidelines and start digital discipleship with your family.
Learn what works with each person. Sometimes starting a conversation with a question rather than a statement opens the door. It tells them you want to listen, not just talk.
Getting enough sleep is as important as eating, drinking, and breathing. For teenagers, it is more often crucial during that age than at any other time.
Wow, this is a fabulous article from Kay and is SO encouraging. I wanted to put her opening line here in this description, but I’m not going to spoil it. Read it for yourself if you need some encouragement this week for getting back in the groove.
It never ceases to amaze me the things we do or DON’T do because of fear. On the blog today Cheri talks about the costume that fear wears, and how a shift of focus may make all the difference in the world.