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The series on family communication continues. Until now the focus has been on resolving some of the most common causes of family disharmony. We have worked on building a foundation for peaceful home life. But we aren't going to stop there. We want joyful homes. We want families that truly LIKE spending time together. How do we get that? We have to go beyond fixing problems. Continue reading
Divorce is, of course, ALWAYS tough on families. It's tough on the separating couple. It's tough on the kids. Unfortunately it is also a fact of life for many people today. There are some things we can do to minimize the trauma for everyone involved. Here are a Continue reading
I was so honored when the very nice people over at Oxford Learning Solutions recently asked me to contribute to their blog. You all know by now that I have a real soft spot for helping children cope with all the tough situations life throws at them. And Continue reading
Conflict is an inevitable part of every co-habitating relationship. When we live together, sometimes we fight. We don’t all agree on every decision all the time. This holds for husbands and wives, parents and children, siblings. It doesn’t matter who you are, if you live under the same roof, occasionally you will face conflict! Continue reading
I've talked before about the importance of rituals. Families thrive on the little things that add to their unique identity. Here are some suggestions to get you started. Continue reading

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