Relationships

You ALWAYS have a choice.

By Beverly Miller

Reading Time: 4 minutes You ALWAYS have a choice   I listened to a caller to the Dave Ramsey show not long ago, and part of the woman’s financial trouble was the large mortgage payment and mortgage debt that she had, and her difficulty selling the house for what she owed. When Dave asked her why she bought that…

Parental Alienation Awareness

By Dean Tong

Reading Time: 4 minutes Parental Alienation The Invisible Abuse It’s April, also known as Child Abuse Awareness Month or the Month of the Child. Most Americans are well-aware of heinous physical and sexual abuse cases as they’re covered by mainstream media. Criminal, Family and Juvenile Court Judges hear tragic cases from kids dying to child sex trafficking and others…

Savvy Co-parenting Strategies Ease Life After Divorce For Parents

By Rosalind Sedacca

Reading Time: 5 minutes All children are affected differently by divorce. Much depends on their age, relationship with both parents and the level of tension at home before and after the divorce. One thing is universally certain. Most children of divorce do best when both parents remain actively involved in their lives. Maintaining the connection is a positive influence…

How to Reestablish a Relationship with your Child

By John Stryker

Reading Time: 6 minutes How to Reestablish a Relationship with your Child So you’ve dropped the ball.  You let a day slip to a week, a week to a month, and now maybe it’s been years since you exercised your parenting time.  Your absence from your child’s life may due to your workaholic nature, a new relationship out of…

Substance Abuse Resources: 3 That May Help

By William Whitworth

Reading Time: 7 minutes Substance Abuse Resources: 3 That May Help   In this blog, we provide 3 substance abuse resources that can help you or someone you know struggling with substance abuse issues. Substance abuse, impacts your relationships with friends, family, coworkers, and  every area of your life. Finding good, reliable substance abuse resources can be challenging. Relationships…

Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) 

By Charlotte Whitworth

Reading Time: 6 minutes Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) What a sad thing to think that a parent who proclaims to love their child(ren) and want’s what’s best for them to act in a way that can cause psychological pain and dysfunction that could have lifelong effects.  But, this is happening way too often and professionals are recognizing the validity…

Running from Miracles

By William Whitworth

Reading Time: 3 minutes Shawn Decker Wow! I have known Shawn Decker for over 15 years! Shawn has been there for me at times in life when I really needed someone and really down and out. And, He’s also been with me on the mountain tops of life too! His bold, unwavering faith and sometimes brutal honesty shows and…

BFF vs Parenting

By Charlotte Whitworth

Reading Time: 4 minutes This is a topic that is so relevant today as we see an increase in parents attempting to shield their children from reality in an effort to protect them. Is this harmful or helpful?… Does it create stability or does this set up our children up for greater struggles? Research Approximately 3 years ago a…

Beauty For Ashes

By William Whitworth

Reading Time: 3 minutes Beauty for Ashes  This past Sunday while worshiping in church I felt God put in my heart “beauty for ashes.” That’s what I think about when I look back over my life. All the mistakes that I’ve made, all the poor choices and bad breaks, yet somehow God, in His infinite mercy and grace has…

Men, Depression and Suicide: Where to get help

By William Whitworth

Reading Time: 4 minutes Men and depression   Let’s face it guys. We have all been there at some point in our lives. feeling down and out. That life isn’t fair. That we got the short end of the stick. The list can go on and on. As a society from a very young age, it is instilled into…

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