If you have grown up in a home or community that hasn’t been historically friendly and supportive of our LGBTQ+ community, I invite you to listen in to episodes 124-127. Andrea Parks, a dear friend, therapist, and mother of a gay son shares her personal insights and professional experiences with us.
When I only view life through the lens of “right now,” it is often perceived as unfair. [But] as we have the promise and hope of all our tears being wiped away, so can the pain and grief that accompanies unfairness be wiped away through redemptive experiences and lessons from God.
I am a mother because others made me so, through adoption and an incredible gift of six frozen embryos. None of our children will have “my eyes” or “his nose” or share any of our genetics. Every single one of them will have our love though.
Is it easier to see the good in other people’s children? There might be a reason. Join me for an exercise that helped me see my own kids in a brighter and healthier light.
Listen in to how one family in crisis found solutions by approaching their problems from a different angle.
By Janna Frei – Meltdown City is happening in your local Target, and people are staring. Some are running away, vowing to never have children. You worry what people are thinking, you worry how to get the kids to quiet down. You feel guilty for subjecting strangers to the chaos of meltdowns. You feel guilty for saying no to your children. Now what?