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4 Simple Steps to Teach Our Children Calmly and Effectively - Abby Sasscer

4 Simple Steps to Teach Our Children Calmly and Effectively

One of the most common of my many New Year's resolutions is to become a more patient mother and teacher. Every year, it seems that I start strong but my efforts slowly fizzle out by the last week of January. My greatest challenge is to able to teach my children how to behave in ways that are pleasing to the Lord without becoming impatient and frustrated myself.

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4 Ways to Stop Blaming Yourself as a Parent

4 Ways to Stop Blaming Yourself as a Parent

First, stop insisting that you “went wrong” with your kids. I don’t know exactly how Jesus felt when He was betrayed by Judas. But I do know this: I know that Jesus did not wonder where He went wrong with Judas. Jesus didn’t “go wrong.”

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“Why My Child?” – Dealing with a Handicapped Child

“Why My Child?” – Dealing with a Handicapped Child

It wasn’t until she was almost two, and I was expecting our second child that the first symptoms appeared. Night terrors would wake her, screaming and crying. At first we thought she was unsettled because a new sibling would be arriving soon and that because her father would be going on a remote assignment without us for a year

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Mary Queen of Angels - Education in the Family

Education in the Family

Several years ago, His Excellency Cardinal Jose Sanchez was the featured speaker at the Catholic Home Education conference in Manassas, Virginia. He had traveled from Rome in his position as ...

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Two Weeks Left!

by Clare Schmitt Can you believe we only have two weeks left until Christmas? I think children give us a whole new perspective on Advent, on the preparation for the ...

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Help? You got it!

Question from a Seton Mom: What do those homeschooling moms out there with both school-age children and toddlers do to keep the little ones occupied? I have a child in ...

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