More hand-holding. More laughing out loud. More snuggling. More storybooks. More football-tossing. More doable. More quality family time.
More laughing out loud. More snuggling. More quality family time.
Autism and Family Relationships: Brant Hansen
Love someone with autism? Autistic radio host Brant Hansen offers real-life pointers for parents and spouses of those on the spectrum.
Transforming our marriage
Free download: Family Values Exercise
FamilyLife CEO David Robbins understands that life’s daily pressures make it difficult to stay focused on pursuing the Lord, your spouse, and your family first, so he developed a Family Values Exercise for his own family that he’s happy to share with you. It’s a tool to help you wisely prepare today for the decisions and transitions that will affect the next stage of your family’s life.
Ready to determine your family’s values? Tell us where to send it below.
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Roles in traditional homes grow with the family. But in stepfamilies, it's not always clear how everything should work.