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What does it mean to reach the heart of a child?
Heart focus parenting deals with our child’s belief system, character, and passions.
Read the Most Recent Intentional Parenting Posts
What do your children hear when you correct them? Could it be 'Blah blah blah'? Do they switch off and just stand there as if they were listening but you know they hear nothing! How frustrating. To be honest – how frustrating for the both of you!! Frustrating for...read more
To every negative there is a positive – is that a scientific principle? I have no idea but I do know that when I look at my children it is true. Often we focus on our children’s ‘growth areas’ (the negatives) because those things irritate us or to be charitable, we...read more
Inappropriate Responsibility - Did you ever hear of such a thing! Surely all responsibility is a good thing. But no, when our kids take on responsibility that isn't theirs to take - it is inappropriate. To be honest, adults can do this too - this is what gets us...read more
It is a well known fact that the strong willed child pushes buttons – pushes their parent’s buttons. Parents often quip to their children: You can’t control someone elses’ action, you can only control your own reaction. But do we ever quote that to...read more
Today I'm guest posting over at my blogging friend Ruthie's blog: Rear Release Regroup. As a part of her month long theme of looking at the strong willed child - I'm sharing 3 Tips to Change the Heart of a Strong Willed Child - includes a free bonus parenting poster...read more
In order for our children to know and love God and God's Word, we need to include the Bible in our daily lives. I remember a story my parents read to me as a child – I can even remember where we were when they told the story – it was about a family who received a...read more