Posts

Don’t Need God? You Might Have Samson Syndrome

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

Samson had a dilemma. He was so strong! What did he need God for? Read more

“They Just Have This Intolerable Hatred of Their Bodies” Says ‘Raising Girls Who Like Themselves’ Author

By: Katrina Roe

It’s pretty clear that something is going wrong with our girls when parents report that primary-aged girls are attempting to cut off their tummy fat with scissors. Read more

Here’s Why You’re Qualified To Do Great Things

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

We live in a world where you are limited by your qualifications. That’s one of the reasons why your parents probably told you to finish school. Read more

Perfectionism – Stealing Children’s Confidence and Responsibility?

By: Robert Garrett

I can be quite ‘particular’; others call it perfectionism. Regardless of what you call it, this sometimes obsessive tendency for things to be ‘just so’ can undermine our goal to build confidence and responsibility into our kids. Read more

Crushing the Curse of Comparison

By: Sabrina Peters

Have you ever found yourself dissatisfied with your own life after looking at the person’s next to you? Read more

What Lies Are You Believing About Yourself?

By: Sheridan Voysey

A troubled home life. Feelings of insecurity. A longing for love. Self-hatred. For Malcolm Duncan these feelings developed into a destructive morning mantra he would repeat in the mirror throughout his earliest years. Then one night he had a powerful experience… at a rock concert of all places… that changed everything. Read more

When The Armour is Too Big For You

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

I often feel like the armour I’m supposed to wear is too big for me. The responsibilities are too big, the challenges are too big, and what others expect of me is too big. Read more

who our children become

Success: Why We Should Focus On Who (Not What) Our Children Become

By: Dr Justin Coulson | Happy Families

“I’ve got a question for you”, the cab driver stated expectantly. I was on my way to give a talk about parenting. He had asked where I was going and why, and his eyes lit up when he found out what I do for work. Read more