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Why Do We Lecture Our Kids?

By Joey and Carla LinkMay 19, 2021 When parents lecture, they think they are helping their children by reminding them of the training and teaching they have given them. We don’t think there is a parent alive who is going to say lectures get their child to make wise decisions and be responsible. Lecturing is just a polite way of yelling at your […]

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Talking the Language of Love

By Joey and Carla LinkMay 12, 2021 Your child is cranky all the time and you can’t figure out why. He obeys most of the time, he/she gets their stuff done on time and they are doing well in school. He just doesn’t seem happy or like he is in a good mood. If you came to us […]

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Spring Cleaning

By Joey and Carla LinkApril 28 2021 In our community, we always looked forward to neighborhood spring cleanup days. On these days, a person could get rid of furniture and other items you no longer want, setting stuff out in front of your house on a specific day and then the city cleanup crews would […]

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Can Your Kids Trust You?

By Joey and Carla LinkApril 21, 2021 A young mom was struggling with her parents. They had promised her they would help her pay off a financial debt she had incurred while going to school. But when it came time to make good on their promise, they didn’t step forward. They later told her they totally […]

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Trust is the Key to our Child’s Emotional Security

By Joey and Carla LinkApril 14, 2021 My (Carla’s) roommates and I piled into Prudence, the name we all gave the pink and white 1957 Ford my grandparents loaned me during my college years. They lived about 30 minutes from the university we attended, and my roommates loved visiting them with me. We did our […]

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