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Helping your Child find their True Beauty

Parenting

Posted on December 6, 2019

The world focuses on exterior and surface beauty. The perfect hairstyle, outfit, skin, and particular body type. We see it on social media, the internet, and even walking through the halls of school. This isn’t true beauty.

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Are your expectations for your Preschool kids realistic?

Posted on February 22, 2018

It’s hard to be a parent.  Kids don’t come with rule books or training manuals.  With technology and culture advancing quickly, it makes it even harder to not feel as if kids are growing up too fast.  How do we sort through all the unsolicited “support” we get from family, community, and even strangers who […]

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Helicopter Parenting your College Aged Child

Posted on February 4, 2017
by Manda Boothby, LMHC

The difficulty of letting go Going off to college may be one of the most significant events in a person’s life as they transition from a child to an adult. They have the opportunity for their first taste of freedom and the power to make their own decisions. At least, that is the intended purpose […]

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Imagining God

Posted on October 18, 2016
by Wanda Pritzel

It is interesting to listen to a person respond to the invitation to “describe God”. Try it! When you close your eyes and imagine standing before Him, what does He look like? Is your image of God one who looms tall above you or sits in an extra large throne chair looking down at you […]

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