Newsletter January, 2017
With 2017 here it is a great time to reflect on the past year and look into the new year for new beginnings. It’s like looking into a mirror on the past years accomplishments and set backs and then looking through a window at new beginnings and possibilities that this new year could bring.
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Someone who is growing? Someone who is making progress? Are there lots of tears? Is there anger on your face? Whatever you may see, keep things into perspective by remembering the following:
Top Ten Tips for Co-Parenting-Part3
Linda Jacobs ‘s article – Where Did He Go?
The teacher looked on, as 4-year old Elsa clung to her mom and screamed, “Don’t weave me, Mommy. Please don’t weave me.” The teacher was confused because little Elsa had always loved coming to her Sunday school class. Mom seemed at a loss as to how to comfort Elsa and get her into the class. The teacher gradually moved into the scene, and with her calm and soft voice, she was able to distract Elsa from her mother.
|Wishing you a Blessed day,