Four ways to build your anxious or disappointed kids’ character and positive mindset through gratitude over the coming weeks.
Leading up to Australia’s National Day of Thanks, here are simple actions that all parents can take to ensure home becomes a breeding ground for resilience.
Intentionally injecting gratitude into our children’s daily schedules can create routines that will stay with them for life.
The ‘Give Up’ strategy is a quick gratitude booster that any family can use when gratitude is lacking.
It takes a lot of faith to see the troubles and setbacks of life as an opportunity for God to bless you in another way, and Jesus did it.
Every choice has a consequence, like a pebble in a pond. Each word has a ripple effect that builds others up or tears them down. Each action has an aftermath that draws us closer to our spouse, or creates a chasm that divides.
“Can’t you just tell me what the amazing thing is, George?” I asked, without looking up from the computer. “No, Mum. You have to see it! Come on!”
I sit in a café and watch a little girl play with her toys. ‘Wow!’. She’s focused, she’s smiling, and her eyes are filled with amazement. When was the last time you felt like that?