As summer comes to a close, many families are beginning the re-entry process that comes with a new school year. The first few weeks can be challenging, so remember to leave room for error and grace for when things don’t go as intended. Though different ages have different demands, there are some simple ways for a family to adjust to the new school year.
Why is it that so many of us are in a hurry? Even though we can drive 80 miles per hour on South Dakota interstates, many of us still have a desire to set our cruise just a bit over the limit. It seems that so often we are in such a hurry to get from one event to the other that we pay no attention to what occurs along the way.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Kimberly Belben shares a letter of encouragement for moms. Whether Mother’s Day or any other day in the year, it is important to provide support to moms.
Most of us can reflect on past moments in our lives that we are not proud of. Mistakes we made, cruel words we have said, loved ones we have hurt and pain that we have caused others. For many of us the past also holds pain and suffering that we have experienced. While we cannot change the facts of our past, we do have choices on how we allow the past to affect us.