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How to Create a Strong Family Identity That Helps Children Overcome Peer Pressure

How to Create a Strong Family Identity That Helps Children Overcome Peer Pressure

A strong family identity helps children develop a healthy self-identity and overcome peer pressure. Here are 8 ideas that can help you create a stronger family identity.

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Ainsley

My Kenya Story

My 10 year old daughter, Ainsley, loves to write. In this, her first ever blog post, she writes about Kenya from her perspective.

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Paul blowing bubbles

Kenya in the Rear View Mirror

It’s hard to believe our trip to Kenya has come and gone. I’m still jet-lagged and trying to process the experience, but a few thoughts…

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serve with your children

10 Benefits to Serving Others With Your Kids

If you’ve got young children, finding time to serve others can be a challenge. But I can’t think of anything more productive or beneficial than serving others with your kids.

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Things You Don’t Have Time NOT to Do: 9) Tell Your Kids Why

Things You Don’t Have Time NOT to Do: 9) Tell Your Kids Why

We all want our children to be kind to others, respectful, grounded, and do the right thing even when it’s difficult or unpopular. One small thing can make a huge impact in the moral development of your children, and save you a lot of time and headaches in the process.

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4 Things You’ll Never Be Able to Do as a Parent (and 4 Things You Can)

Ever feel unqualified to be a parent? Ever feel judged for the way you parent? There are no perfect parents. But there is hope in the midst of our imperfection.

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