It’s that time of year. We’re all looking backward and forward, thinking over what has passed and getting geared up for what’s to come. And, yes, while the transition to a new year is really just another twenty-four hours, shifting past us overnight, there’s something in the air that makes us simultaneously reflective and hopeful. The urge to make resolutions… Read More »How to Move into the New Year with Purpose and Peace
When children do not experience love for who they are, perfectionism takes hold. They begin to work for grades, sports trophies, outshining others, or even behaving well just to earn favor. While we all would love to see our children aim for all these great achievements, we want them to do that because of a healthy motive, not because they are compensating for feelings of insecurity and needing to prove their worth through performance.