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Author: Kathy Milans

6 Healthy Boundaries for Parents and Kids

“I once had an ‘out of control’ teen brought to my counseling office by a Christian family. My first question to the parents was, ‘Tell me the rules you have for your son in your home.’ The parents looked like two deer mesmerized by car headlights. I knew that my work needn’t be with the child in this family. My work was to teach the parents how to set healthy boundaries for their son.” Are you seeking a healthier and more peaceful relationship with your children? Kathy Milans shares wisdom about the value of setting healthy boundaries.

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6 Ways to Survive Mother’s Day

For many people, Mother’s Day is not a day filled with celebration. For those of us who were abandoned or have lost their mothers, it can be downright painful. In today’s post, Kathy Milans shares six ways to survive (and even grow) through a painful Mother’s Day.

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Choosing the Wilderness

“The good news is that beneath this wilderness is the creative Spirit of God beckoning us toward transformation.” Kathy Milans encourages us to stay the course and walk through the wilderness with Christ, trading the discomfort for transformation.

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Broken Together: Why You Must Sort through Your Past in Marriage

I’m not a music video junkie, but after hearing this song, I had to check it out. I was spellbound as I watched such a poignant replication of a couple heading toward divorce. I assign homework to my clients. I knew exactly what to assign to this couple: go home and watch “Broken Together” on YouTube.

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