It’s probably not news to you that if you’re a parent, you’re supposed to talk with your kids about sex. Normalize your child’s feelings – this means you let your child know their feelings and body sensations are normal.
If you’re like most parents, however, you get a queasy feeling in the pit of your stomach and your palms begin to sweat every time you think about it. God knows your parents hardly ever talked with you about it. Then you can give him a simple, straight forward explanation. Assure them that they are not “bad” when they have these sensations or thoughts.
marriage requires daily forgiveness of so many things big and small, but mostly the small annoyances.
John depends on her prayers each day, as do we all!
She is not with us day to day in body, yet we know of her constant without ceasing prayers for us!
It hurts in high school days not to be considered for a date, but we can turn that frown upside down.
Such a powerful story today in the Magnificat about a young 13 year old girl murdered on her way home from school in 1984.
The issues of Candace's murder present themselves differently every day. The Power of Prayer and how God reached out and healed him through his unconditional love and forgiveness!
Forgiveness if fresh, ongoing, ever present position of the mind which takes on many forms. Susan and her Simon at their birthday time before she headed to study in Rome, fall in love with The Community of the Lamb, and eventually enter and become a Little Sister. Lord, touch many hearts as you reveal your unconditional love and forgiveness no matter what! Jesus, I am yours, and I choose to forgive no matter the injury of circumstance! Zordich converted to the Catholic faith in 1996 and established Triangle Psychological Services in 2007 with the mission of providing expert psychological services consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Zordich has been in private practice since 1997 first in Pittsburgh and then in North Carolina. in Developmental and Educational Psychology with an emphasis in clinical psychology, a Master's Degree in Education Dr.Wilma Derksen continues so powerfully about her daily call to forgiveness; Little did I know that the word, "forgiveness" would haunt me for the next thirty years - prod me, guide me, heal me, label me, enlighten me, imprison me, free me and, in the end, define me. Today another wonderful sharing reminded me..." Our children in their innocence and generosity are fountains of forgiveness for all the mistakes we make.I was right out there in public- confessing to everyone the desires of my heart... Our friends and family who have been with us through thick and thin have forgiven and not counted the cost." I think we can all relate to this in our families!You are the most important person in your child’s life and he needs to hear this from you!