How to Parent When You’re Raised in a Dysfunctional Home

How to Parent When You’re Raised in a Dysfunctional Home

How to Parent When You're Raised in a Dysfunctional Home by Lyneta Smith A parent raised in a dysfunctional home can have insecurities about their parenting abilities. We can find hope for healthy families. I still wonder if I could have been a better mother, even now...

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The Rule of Three: Avoiding Future Clutter

The Rule of Three: Avoiding Future Clutter

 Before I had my babies, I must have gone to at least a dozen baby showers. Every time I browsed the registry to choose a gift, I remember being surprised at how much gear they were asking for. I understand the crib, but she also wants a bassinet, and a Pack N Play,...

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How to Win the Battle Over a Home Full of Stuff

How to Win the Battle Over a Home Full of Stuff

  Whenever I meet with a new client, we take a tour of her house and she shares the issues she has been having with clutter and disorganization. I almost always hear the phrase: “I just don’t know where to start.” She can see the stuff covering her house, but she...

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Episode 066 | When Your Career Takes a Detour for Family

Episode 066 | When Your Career Takes a Detour for Family

Detouring for motherhood, the prospect of being a SAHM can be scary. Jen Babakhan encourages us that motherhood can be the best detour you’ll ever take.  Click below to listen! Meet the Author! Jen has her degree in public relations, has worked as a marketing...

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A Generation of Marriages Starved for Connection

A Generation of Marriages Starved for Connection

From Transaction to Transformation: How We Can Redeem Childhood by Janet Newberry When I was a young girl, I loved watching the Olympics. I counted the years between summer and winter games like I counted the days to Christmas. The honed talent of the competitors...

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When Life Hands you a Mess, Make it a Mission

When Life Hands you a Mess, Make it a Mission

A Generation of Marriages Starved for Connection by Amanda Davison I stood hunched over in the middle of our mudroom, helping our toddler get her boots on. Just as I reached my arm out to grab her gloves on top of the washer, my husband walked by. On his way to grab...

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