Resources to Share are information and tips we find on the web that we hope will be useful or interesting. This short column by Bryan Post of the Post Institute is taken from The Post Parenting Minute (60 Seconds of Parenting Wisdom). It explores the difficulty we all may face from time to time of making and accepting[…]
“So let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good. At the right time we will harvest a good crop if we don’t give up, or quit. Right now, therefore, every time we get the chance, let us work for the benefit of all, starting with the people closest to us …” Galatians 6:9[…]
In our work with children and youth At Boys Ranch we are reminded each year of the struggles that may be present during the holiday season. We have found that a time of year we expect to be joyous and fun has the potential of causing stress, anxiety and depression. Situations that arise this time[…]
In today’s world we are connected through a constant news and social media stream delivered to our TVs, phones and computers. Through that technology we all, young and old alike, share our common humanity; from the wonderful to the terrifying. Regrettably, we are not always able to filter that stream and protect our youth and children from witnessing violent events or[…]
“This world could be a better place if we could all live, work and pray together.” – Cal Farley How right Cal was! Among all of our blessings…. Happy Thanksgiving!
Bryan Post of the Post Institute shares his thoughts about how homework and other “get it done,” activities in your child’s world can serve as quality time that strengthen relationships all while having fun, relating to one another and playing together. By doing homework with your child, not only do you have an opportunity to[…]
Dr. Daniel G. Amen, MD wrote this three part series as a “crash course in superior parenting skills.” We have reposted this from his original on the Amen Clinics website. This post was written by Daniel G. Amen, MD Knowing what you want for yourself as a parent and for your child is critical to acting in[…]
Dr. Daniel G. Amen, MD wrote this three part series as a “crash course in superior parenting skills.” We have reposted this from his original on the Amen Clinics website. Few things are more important in life than raising children. Yet, most people receive no formal parent training or education. In large measure, parenting skills are developed[…]