Child’s Behavior: Power

We must remember that all behaviors have purpose goal. We must remember that if we response to the child’s behavior (the problem) this will not address the purpose of the child’s behavior. We are only perpetuating the problem. We must model how we would like to be spoken to. Dealing with the misbehaving goal called power, we are feeling angry, … Read More

Child’s Behavior: Attention

We must remember that all behaviors have purpose goal. We must remember that if we response to the child’s behavior (the problem) this will not address the purpose of the child’s behavior. We are only perpetuating the problem. We must model how we would like to be spoken to. Dealing with the misbehaving goal called attention, we are feeling annoyed, … Read More

Behavior: Children

At times we can be very aggravated and frustrated at children’s behavior. We tend to forget that they have feelings, opinions, and needs. Their actions, deeds and responses that the children who appear to be or who are actually misbehaving are trying to tell us what is going on internal (soul care) and external (physical care) and need some help. … Read More

Family-Coach

We think of a family coach within our families as someone who deeply understands our lifestyles, challenges, dreams, disappointments, struggles, and habits. This is true as long as we can include ourselves. As a family coach, how should we respond and interact with our family members? We should inspire ours and family members’ personal growth. We should respect, except, and … Read More

Love-Counselor

HAPPY VALENTINE DAY We all love to be loved. We enjoy being surrounded by loved ones, receiving loving gifts, hearing others inform us of their love for us or telling us about someone else’s love for us. This is good news. There is one sacrificial love that we did not ask for, did not pay for, and don’t deserve; yet, … Read More

Friend-Counselor

A friend-counselor is one who lovingly accept you as you are; yet, journey with you and encourages you to pursue your dreams, experience wholeness through spiritual maturity, maintain healthy relational competency, and maintain one’s wellbeing. A friend counselor will speak the truth to you in love, not try to manipulate you, and agree to disagree with you in love. A … Read More

Black History Moment

The African American population can celebrate Black History month each February within the United States of America. We gratefully acknowledge various African American’s contributions to the nations for their contributions. If we stop and think for a moment, We, African American have family members whom we can celebrate, respect, honor, and acknowledge how their lifestyles blessed our family history. My … Read More

Self-Counselor

As a self-counselor, one must deal with consequences of sinful choices, maintain an intimate relationship with God, and deal with one’s emotional state and physical healthcare. One’s journey down self-counseling road mandate one to possess one’s own soul. To enter and maintain soul transformation: Ownership-One must accept and take responsibility for every choice and the decision made. Repent-Decide to change … Read More

Family: Walking in Love

Walking in Christlike love is possible when we choose to deny serving our souls and flesh and be acceptance of others’ lifestyle choices. Remember, “I can do all this through him who gives me strength” when we maintain daily intimacy with God (Phil. 4:13). It is vital for us to listen and obey the leadership of the Holy Spirit, stay … Read More

Flexibility

Flexibility through “excellence is knowing what you’re supposed to do, getting it on autopilot, and going beyond. It means having that extra touch” (Quote by Matt Perman). Reaching our goals of excellency through flexibility, means we must choose to relinquish our desires and self-wills to complete the to do- list, relax and incorporate core routine of completing main daily activities … Read More