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[10 Apr 2010 | | ]
Men and Women Comment on Anger Management Workshop

TweetShareIn this post, you will learn valuable information from comments adults wrote after attending an anger management workshop. Listed below are their responses to two basic questions:

What did you learn from the anger management workshop?
What will you do differently as a result of attending the anger management workshop?

Hopefully, you will use this information to reflect on changes you might need to make in your own life relating to anger and lack of self-control.
Question 1: What did you learn from the anger management workshop?

How to control my anger and temper. How …

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[14 Mar 2010 | | ]

TweetShareListed below are issues that teens are facing in school. The magnitude of the issues they are facing is alarming. Teens are very stressed out in school which hinders their ability to perform. This is a reflection of the challenges that families are facing in society. This makes it more challenging for teachers to teach.
What do you dislike about your school? (In their own words.)

When people talk about me behind my back
When people who make fun of other people
 When people are messing with me
Too many people fighting in school
People hitting …

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[26 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShareThis is an update to an article previously written on this subject. There are many situations that negatively impact the foundation of the family. This article focuses on twenty issues that negatively impact the success of a family. Solutions are also provided to help the family to move in the right direction.  Every family must identify the best strategies they can use to ensure the success of their family.  Use appropriate tools that work for your family.  Listed below are solutions to help you to deal with the twenty Issue …

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[24 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShareGenesis 14:1-24
Points to Ponder

When  you are in bondage, it can lead to rebellion (Genesis 14:4).
People will eventually rebel against their oppressors (Genesis 14:5).
Deliverance can come at a deadly cost (Genesis 14:5-7).
Selfishness can lead you into bondage (Genesis 14:12).
God will always provide a ram (Deliverer) in the bush (Genesis 14:13).
God will never abandon the righteous (Genesis 14:14).
You must have the right tools to deliver people from an oppressor (Genesis 14:15).
When someone takes your blessings, they can only hold onto it for a period of time (Genesis 14:16).
If the oppressed becomes the oppressor, they …

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[19 Feb 2010 | | ]
I Immediately Blew it As a Mother and Wife!

TweetShareAngel’s Testimonial is about missing an opportunity to listen to God during a difficult situation in the home.
Angel’s Testimonial:
“Lord, may the beauty of your Spirit be so evident in me that I will be a godly role model. Give me the communication, teaching, and nurturing skills that I must have. Make me the parent you want me to be and teach me how to pray and truly intercede for the life of this child.”
This was the first thing that I read this morning as I poured coffee and turned my …

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[14 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShare(Genesis 13:1-18)
Points to Ponder

Being blessed sometimes creates problems between us and others (Genesis 13:1-5).
Obstacles sometimes cause severe problems for the family (Genesis 13:5-6).
Sometimes others within the family can start quarreling over things (Genesis 13:7-8).
Families must go separate ways sometimes to maintain peace (Genesis 13:9).
The spiritual leader must sometimes take the rough road for the weak (Genesis 13:9).
Someone will always make a better choice (Genesis 13:10-11).
The grass is not always greener on the other side it will go dormant too (Genesis 13:13).
God will re-affirm His promise to us no matter where …

Family, Relationship, Teens »

[8 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShareThis is a testimonial about Thomas, a teenager who recognized the need to control his attitude and temper.
 Thomas’ Testimonial-
I attended a class to help me understand how to turn negative situations around into positive ones in my life.  I learned to think about consequences of my actions before I make a decision because my actions have hurt someone’s feelings or led to a fight.

“I know that being in control will help me to respect others and myself”

I learned that controlling my attitude and temper would help me be a better …

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[17 Jan 2010 | | ]

TweetShareThis is a testimonial about Betty recognizing the need to improve her relationship with her sister.
Betty’s Testimonial
I learned a lot from the Keys to Success Class (Anger Management). I leaned that if you only store negativity in your piggy bank (brain) then you will be a negative person. You must store good and positive things in your piggy bank to be a good person. When you have good things stored, it’s easier to control your attitude and temper.

“I really needed to work on getting along with my sister.”

There is …

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[29 Dec 2009 | | ]

TweetShareEphesians 1:1-23
Points to Ponder

 God extends grace and peace to families, friends and coworkers that are faithful in Christ Jesus (Ephesians 1:1-2).
You must communicate to each family member and others the perfect love that Christ has for their lives and their family members. (Ephesians 1:3-6).
You have been redeemed and forgiven through his blood, death and resurrection of Christ.  (Ephesians 1:7-10).
When you are ‘faithful in Christ Jesus’, you’re sealed and guaranteed to receive your inheritance (Ephesians 1:11-14).
You must never stop praying, encouraging and uplifting Christ’s name (Ephesians 1:15-16).
You must let people know …

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[26 Dec 2009 | | ]
Parents Must Understand Impact Their  Behavior Have on Children Development

In this article, you will read about two different cases and how the families contributed to the development of their child’s negative and or positive behavior. These cases listed are true but the names have been changed. If you are currently facing conflict with a rebellious child, your first priority is to evaluate your contribution to the situation.  The old saying “It takes two to tango is very true”.  Please seriously evaluate how you are responding and communicating to your children, especially when you are:

Dealing with aging parents
Discipline your children
Experiencing …