We all love our kids, but how can ensure that our love grows their sense of security and emotional well-being? We have an answer.
Loving Children Well
For most parents loving our kids is as natural as breathing. It’s just wired into us. Although they usually would agree that we really do love them, our kids may not necessarily agree that we always make them feel loved. At least not in a way that fosters security and emotional well-being. So how can we foster that security and emotional well-being in our children?
Discussing Children with Gary Chapman
Dr. Gary Chapman is best known for working to improve or heal our most important relationships. Since the success of his first book, Dr. Chapman has expanded the Love Language series to reach out to teens, singles, men, children, and military families. Dr. Chapman is a pastor, marriage counselor, conference speaker, and author. His book The Five Love Languages of Children can be found here.
- What are the 5 love languages?
- What is your primary love language?
- What is/are your child(ren)’s primary love language(s)?
- Do you know for certain that your children feel loved?
- What is the value of affirming effort?
- Do gifts always have to cost money?
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