Tag Archives: pride

Who’s Got Your Kids

Once I was visibly pregnant, many assumed I was leaving my restaurant to stay at home with my kids. It felt like I had two choices: abandon my family to pursue my career or stay at home to be a … Continue reading

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P-R-I-D-E

What we call the “P-R-I-D-E” skills are strategies that have been shown to help increase positive behaviors in young children: ·  PRAISE: Praise your child’s appropriate behavior. This helps increase the specific behavior that you are addressing and contributes to … Continue reading

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Roe v. Wade: Choices and Freedom

When I became pregnant, I knew it was an enormous responsibility that I chose with eyes wide open. Today, our adult children are our greatest sources of pride. Much of this stems from the fact that I had choices about … Continue reading

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Expect and Extend Mercy

 When I complained that a friend’s choices were leading her deeper into sin and how her actions affected me, the woman I prayed with weekly placed her hand over mine. “Let’s pray for all of us.” I frowned. “All of … Continue reading

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Shaping Process

The Lord allows our rough edges to be smoothed over through the sandpaper of life. Positively Purging–I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new … Continue reading

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