Family and Relationships

Teaching Children the Art of Self-Control

Fall 2010

Teaching Children the Art of Self-Control

Gina Stepp

One of the most important responsibilities that parents take on when they have children is teaching them to regulate their thoughts, emotions and behavior. But how?

Off the Assembly Line

Fall 2010

Off the Assembly Line

Dan Cloer

The one-size-fits-all approach to education isn’t working. What’s needed is one that capitalizes on and nurtures each child’s strengths and creativity.

Parental Guidance Required

Fall 2010

Parental Guidance Required

Brian Orchard

Children are shaped by many outside influences. Where should parents begin in reclaiming their role as authority figures and moral guides for their children?

A Lasting Legacy

August 16, 2010

A Lasting Legacy

Donald R. Hornsby

It seems that good leaders such as John Wooden have discovered that humility and selflessness are essential traits for successful and memorable leadership.

Interview with Will Marré: Creating Sustainable Relationships

Spring 2010

Creating Sustainable Relationships

Gina Stepp

Leadership expert Will Marré suggests that new approaches to modern lifestyles will improve personal effectiveness and interpersonal benefits.

Silence Is Not Golden: Family Communication

May 24, 2010

Silence Is Not Golden

Gina Stepp

Despite the common wisdom that one should say something nice or nothing at all, silence may not be the best strategy for good family relationships.

Sustainable Balance in Work and Life

May 4, 2010

Sustainable Balance in Work and Life

Jerry de Gier

Save the World and Still Be Home for Dinner by Will Marré proposes a lifestyle that considers sustainability of resources as well as of relationships.

A New World View

Spring 2010

A New Worldview

Michael McKinney

As Will Marré notes, sustainable relationships require a different outlook than the competitive worldview 

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