The words we choose can make matters a lot better or a lot worse. “I Statements” take practice, but improve relationships our whole lives.
Warren Buffett was recently asked about how he measures success. He responded, “Do the people you care about love your back?”
The anticipation of gifts is so exciting for kids, it can easily overshadow other special holiday traditions. So last night, my family talked about what else we really enjoy about the holidays.
Instead of setting resolutions, how about setting intentions for the new year instead? A few years ago, my family started a New Year’s Intention Jar.
What makes you feel loved? What makes each of your family members feel loved? These questions and understing the 5 Love Languages will help.
Helping kids feel worthy and loved has a profound impact on their well-being. This article shares practices to cultivate worthiness in kids.
After reading about the importance of practicing gratitude, I purchased four small spiral notebooks, one for each member of my family.
The other night, I asked this question: What would you like our family to do more? This discussion inspired ideas we’re all excited about.
When my kids were babies, I realized I had a lot to learn to help my family (and myself) develop emotional intelligence.
Embracing our differences and working through tough conversations feels like the only path to heal the deep divisions in our country and world today.