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10 Things Wives Want to Hear from Husbands

Yesterday we talked about what a husband wants to hear from his wife.  Today we’ll talk about the 10 things wives want to hear from their husbands.  So men, here’s what you can say.  Number one… “Thanks for all you do for our family.”  Number two… “You are a great mom and wife.”  Three… “Let me do that for you.”  Four… “I love you so much.”  Be sure to tell your wife the rest of the 10 things wives want to hear...
Feb 03, 2023 / Husbands

10 More Things Husbands Want to Hear from Their Wives

Men want to know they’re respected, trusted, courageous, and that they’ve got what it takes. And they need to hear it from you. So here are 10 things husbands want to hear from their wives. Number 1, “I’m always on your team.”  Number 2, “I wouldn’t want to be on this journey with anyone else.” Number 3, “I don’t’ say it enough, but you are a good man and a good husband.” Number 4, “I don’t understand, but I know...
Feb 02, 2023 / Wives

Black History Month: Valuable Character Lessons for Kids

How about Langston Hughes, Patricia Roberts Harris or Carter G. Woodson? February celebrates Black History Month, and now is a great time to share with your children about the significant contributions these, and other African Americans, have made to our country’s history and heritage. Take some time together this month to learn more about African American leaders in science, social reform, politics, sports and...
Feb 01, 2023 / Holidays

Tony Dungy’s Super Bowl Family Time Tips

Millions of people will be glued to the television this Super Bowl Sunday. If you plan on watching the game, why not make it a family activity? Start with a game plan for the day. It might include firing up the grill, or letting each child choose a favorite snack food.  You can also play Super Bowl trivia or predict the score at the end of each quarter. Give fun prizes to the winners. If it’s not too cold, Dad can...
Jan 31, 2023 / Family Time & Vacations

Giving Up the Driver’s Seat

My friend’s 15-year-old just got her restricted driver’s license.  You know what that means.  Old dad had to white knuckle it from the passenger’s side.   Talk about nerve-wracking!  But believe it or not, he said the worst part wasn’t the close calls with curbs,  cars and trees… it was realizing that his little girl was growing up… and that he needed to start letting go.   Allowing our children to begin taking...
Jan 30, 2023 / Life Stage: Pre-Teens and Teenagers

Borrowed Time

Think about it.  Your spouse comes up to you and says, “The doctor said I only have a year to live.”  Then would it matter so much that he forgot to take out the trash—again?  Would you care if she left the garage door open more times than she closed it?  And would it still annoy you that he got lost but refused to stop and ask for directions?  None of us knows exactly how much more time we’ll have with our...
Jan 27, 2023 / Inspirational

The Effects of Divorce on Teens

Divorce is never easy on anyone, but teens often channel their emotions into destructive behaviors. A recent survey from Pediatrics journal shows that teens of divorcing families are twice as likely to use drugs or alcohol. They are also more likely to act out through physical fighting, property damage, and stealing. Others may experience depression and anxiety. But the good news is that parental support can help...
Jan 26, 2023 / Life Stage: Pre-Teens and Teenagers

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