Category: Parenting

7 Ways to Make Valentine’s Day Remarkable With Your Family

While the joy of Valentine’s Day can be fun to participate in, it’s also a great opportunity to teach your kids about kindness and real love. Here are seven ways to make Valentine’s Day make a remarkable impact in your family: 1. Have your kids write a note to...

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Are you an absentee parent?

Children are gifts from God. I remember growing up as a child, my father was hardly around because of the nature of his job. But the few days he was around he did school runs, cooked for us, at times took us out. While taking us out he sang...

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Life on One Income

  Adjusting to life on one income after the loss of job of a partner, an illness where one partner can no longer work, death of a partner or a divorce can come as a huge shock. For couples accustomed to living on two incomes or in the case...

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PUTTING YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER

It has become an unpalatable recurring decimal amongst us that when our people pass on, invariably, their passage is marked with myriads of problems. Take a look at three true-to-life cases: Scenario 1   Tamuno worked in several blue-chip establishments in the course of his 25 – year work...

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TOGETHER…….ASUNDER!!!

It is official! The marriage is dissolved. The tie has been severed and the once professed “loving till death do us part” may, if care is not taken became “loathing till death do us part”. You wonder why in spite of the bickering and bitterness, arguments and accusations, you...

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Conflict Resolution

What is conflict? Conflict refers to some form of friction, disagreement, or discord arising within a group when the beliefs or actions of one or more members of the group are either resisted by or unacceptable to one or more members of another group. This is a usual occurrence in...

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Anger management

It is easier to avoid a fight than stop one after it has started! Once the fight starts, you don’t feel capable of ending the argument with an apology or an act of tenderness. Your natural reaction would have taken control of you. You waste hours feeling furious as...

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The 7 Types of Dysfunctional Marriages – David Willis.

Many couples are healthy and thriving, but many others remain stuck in a perpetual state of dysfunction. Some of them have been living in the dysfunction for so long that they don’t even think anything is wrong. It’s remarkable what can start feeling “normal” if it goes on long...

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FIVE LOVE LANGUAGES

There are five basic love languages – five ways to express love emotionally. Each person has a primary love language. Identify and learn to speak your spouse’s love language if you want that person to feel loved. Words of Affirmation One time, a pastor was visiting his daughter and...

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Lessons from the film WAR ROOM.

War room is a movie centered on Marriage, Parenting, Love and Prayers. I couldn’t help picking up my pen and writing down notes while watching the Movie. These are my thoughts. Communication is key in every relationship either in Marriage, Parent to child, among friends or even at work....

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