More is not always better, and stuff does not lead to happiness. Continue reading “Simplifying Life, Living More Fully”
Dear Dr Justin,
My children don’t do anything they’re told. I’ve tried everything. I withdraw privileges and use time out and even smacking them won’t work with them. I’m tired of yelling. Nothing works no matter what I do to them. I’m seriously over it. I have a girl whose 3, a boy whose 8, and a girl who is 11. Continue reading “What Your Kids Need When They Don’t Do What They’re Asked”
The way you’re wired impacts how you respond to stress. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed”
Have you ever felt like you were in the “daily grind” of marriage?
It’s time to change that perspective, as we explore how to bring fun and laughter back into your relationship, and even enjoy your spouse when they drive you crazy! Continue reading “Having Fun in Your Marriage”
Do you lose your cool with your kids? Do you feel like you’re constantly yelling?
In this week’s podcast episode I share my top 4 tips for keeping our anger in check, staying calm and being kind to our children (even when we think they don’t deserve it). Continue reading “How to Turn Your Anger Around”
How does your marriage survive after your spouse admits to having an affair? Continue reading “Overcoming the Obstacles of Infidelity”
Many married couples are surprised when their relationship moves from the “honeymoon phase” into real life!
Dannah Gresh shares the importance of helping your daughter gain body confidence, instead of body consciousness. Continue reading “Developing Body-Confidence in Your Daughter”
One man shares his struggle with alcoholism and parenting a son with Down Syndrome. Continue reading “Shining a Positive Light on Down Syndrome”
When someone’s brain is failing, the best thing you can do is love them! Dr. Gary Chapman describes how the five love languages can help people with dementia—and their caregivers—experience a powerful emotional connection. Continue reading “Loving Someone with Alzheimer’s”