What do your teens fear most? It’s different than what you fear for them. Dr. Kevin Leman discusses three things you may not realize your teens fear and what they need from you so they can stop being afraid.

Sometimes it’s hard to know if you’re disciplining your children effectively. Try using these five measures from the Bible.

A girl grounded in her identity will still feel discouraged when she doesn’t have the relational connections she craves, but a lack of friends won’t define her. And it won’t destroy her. And if she’s practicing confidence and selflessness, the lonely seasons won’t last forever.

Teen girls can easily fall prey to these five lies. Battle them with truth and arm your daughter.

I’ve found that ultimately, even when my children want to be respected as an adult, they also crave the comfort of a parent.

Our kids need to know they are loved, worthy, valued and created on purpose for a purpose. Their difficulty in overcoming anxiety or depression does not define them.

Caregiving is a season, so it helps to have regular getaways for empathetic listening, caring conversations, essential evaluation, and the ongoing need for flexibility and modifications.

Children build their self-confidence through learning small, real life skills.

Wives and mothers desire expressed and demonstrated respect rather than the mere avoidance of disrespect.

A mother’s love needs to be given unconditionally to establish trust and a firm foundation of emotional intimacy in a child’s life.