How do you love a toddler when he defies you? When a toddler throws a temper tantrum, what should you do? How do you love a school age child when he or she doesn’t cooperate? When a teen rolls his eyes, what is the loving thing to do?
Sharon Elliott answered all those questions. She is the author of Sharon also discussed how to support and celebrate your child.
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Last week we talked about how to have that hard conversation with your children. This week, I want to expand on that. What will your kids say after you are gone? What kind of messages do your actions give?
My guest was Gwyn McCaslin. She has an advanced degree in counseling and she offers wisdom laced with grace.
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We’ve been talking about love this month, and this week we continue that theme. Donna Frisinger was my guest, and she loves hugs. She has researched the importance of touch to communicate warmth and affection. Her research reminds us to love on our children, and even our spouse.
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Tough questions kids ask: Who Made God? This month, we are covering hard questions kids asks so you can be ready. Author Lee Ann Mancini was my guest this week, and she tackled this incredibly hard question. Lee Ann has several advanced degrees and teaches at South Florida Bible College.
This month we are covering tough questions kids ask. This week we talked about: Why Do People Get Sick and Die?
Tina Yeager, Counselor and Author, answered our question this week. She gave information about how kids grieve. They might disobey because they are angry. Playing and coloring help children who are grieving.
Here’s another podcast on grief and children