How to Develop a Sense of Security Within a Threatening Environment LTW-63

Children develop a sense of security when they feel loved by their parents. They thrive on routines, affection, and clear boundaries. Children need to know their parents are there for them, without being allowed to control the parents. This balance requires judgment calls and recognizing the cultural tendency toward individualism. They also need to know … Check it Out

What Makes a Person Change? The Love Bank LTW-31

Emotions are irrational, which isn’t bad unless they are out of control. Children raised in good homes feel loved by their parents, and this stimulates them to activity which develops the love bank. But simply doing isn’t enough to create emotional stability. Parents have to supply emotional love and discipline for children to develop a … Check it Out

The Frustrated Parent and the Strung-out Child m-14

Many Christian parents are more concerned with their children’s behavior than how their children experience a love relationship with Christ and other people. This accounts for much tension between parents and their teens. Dr. Ankenman says raising children to be individuals who maturely love others should be the supreme goal of parenting. This begins with … Check it Out