Three “secret ingredients” to maximize even brief efforts at connection: fun and joy, affectionate touch, and noticing details.
When parents try to be more relationally connected, they raise kids who are more resilient to the many pressures of growing up.
All of us were allowing our screen time to nudge just a little higher — and our family life was suffering for it.
If we don’t hop online with intention or evaluate what we’re seeing, we can end up comparing others’ best day to our every day.
When parents lean into their God-given identity, they can release their kids from the burden of meeting their needs.
Many people are so busy with other activities that they become strangers to the people they love.