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Blog Entry | Family >
What can I have for a snack?  What time are we leaving?  Can I get on the computer?  Can I play outside?  It is estimated that we make about 4,800 decisions per day.  In addition, when you are parenting, you’re not only making decisions for yourself but for all the little people in your life, too!  Making as many decisions as you can AHEAD of time can reduce the brain-load and ease the stress that comes from constant decision making.  Re»
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An article in The Atlantic. I don’t agree with everything, but it’s interesting. Here’s the summary: Social media—from Facebook to Twitter—have made us more densely networked than ever. Yet for all this connectivity, new research suggests that we have never been lonelier (or more narcissistic)—and that this loneliness is making us mentally and physically ill. A report on what the epidemic of loneliness is doing to our soul»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
I've been doing extensive research on the effects of social media on the teen culture.  Remember, this is the first generation growing up in a world where Social Media and Web 2.0 is a reality.  They don't know life without Facebook, YouTube, Google, or Twitter.  Their whole lives have been connected through a series of messages, videos, and 140 character tweets.   So the question at hand is, Does social media actually do its perceived job o»
Article | Relationships >
Not a formula for making friends, just a graceful way to accept them when God plops them in your path.
Article | Collegiate >
Making friends takes work
Article | Relationships >
How does a newlywed navigate the world of friends—or lack of them?
Article | Parenting >
Tips on how parents can help their children make friends worth keeping.
Article | Youth >
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What to do when friendships fall apart.
Article | Women >
Are our adult friendships just like those from childhood, but with a grown-up twist?
Article | Youth >
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How Christian teens can respond when their friends don't seem to care about them anymore.