Category Archives: Parenting

Financial Lessons for Your Children




Your children learn many subjects in school, but there’s one subject they aren’t likely to learn much about: personal finance. If you want your kids to pick up good money skills and become financially responsible adults, you should give them … Continue reading

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Storytelling in Families




Telling stories draws family members close to each other. Family stories keep families connected and chronicle their history. Susan Engel (1999) writes: “We all want to know who we are and how we came into our world. And we each learn … Continue reading

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Relationships and Social Media




A complaint I hear more and more frequently from couples, parents, and clients is that social media is complicating their lives! The common scenario is that their lives were way too busy to begin with, leaving little time to share … Continue reading

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