As a professional counselor, I know the value of play and play therapy in our offices. It not only is entertaining but it also releases emotion that can get stuck in our bodies. When I first had my kids, I planned fun for everyone but me. I wanted them to have great memories and fun outings. As a ... Read More about Let’s Have Some Fun!
One student committed suicide. Another was convicted because of the texts she sent. Please keep talking to your kids because it matters and you do make an impact. The article below discusses the details of a girlfriend being convicted by the words she wrote in texts to her boyfriend who committed ... Read More about How to Talk to Your Kids about Texting
Parental controls are the first step to protecting your children from online predators. Predators though are not always people looking to molest or traffic a child. Sometimes a predator's objective appears in the form of daring a child to destroy their very life. Just as I previously warned of the ... Read More about Are you aware of MOMO?
The holiday season often brings festive activities and get-togethers for many, but it also means that finding time to rest can pose as a challenge. Join Michelle Nietert as she speaks with author and sister, Melissa Spoelstra of “Total Family Makeover,” on what Scripture says about rest and what ... Read More about Embracing Rest and Relationships During the Holidays
Today on the podcast, my guest is Dr. Michelle Bengtson (PhD, Nova Southeastern University) is an international speaker, and the author of best-selling “Hope Prevails: Insights From a Doctor’s Personal Journey Through Depression.”She has been a neuropsychologist for more than twenty years. She ... Read More about Hope Prevails in the Midst of Depression with Michelle Bengston