We live in a “selfie” society, so what happens when you want something and you don’t get it? Samantha Johnson has a son with autism who has a very hard time taking “no” for an answer, especially at the grocery store.
It’s easy to want to have total control in life. Our friend Michele Pillar has learned that maybe it’s best if we learn to let go.
Sometimes, spending an hour somewhere can feel like six hours or like six minutes…and often, that all depends on the people you’re with. Tim Storey can help.
One step forward, two steps back. Is there any hope? Devon Franklin has contributed to movies like “Miracles from Heaven” and a brand new one for Christmas called “The Star.” Devon is where he is today because of disappointment.
“The grass is always greener…” is something I’m sure you’ve heard a bunch of times. Shawn Thornton lived that as a kid. Shawn talks about his mom who suffered a severe brain injury in a car accident when she was a teenager.
Brian Schiele is a business owner and says while the holidays can be full of stress, it’s key to not miss what’s truly important.
We’d like to think that the holidays are nothing but happy moments; but sometimes, they can also be filled with stress! Our friend Shannon DeGarmo shares how she’s learned to see past that stress.
No one ever promised raising kids would be easy, but it seems sometimes like all the technology that was supposed to help, ends up making it just more difficult. Arlene Pellicane shares a heartwarming story that reminds us of the goodness of being thankful.
There’s a quote that says “Worrying is like paying on a debt that may never come due.” Andy Andrews tells us how to deal with it.
The holidays are filled with so many family rituals, but even when it’s not a holiday, how much do you pay attention to special traditions? KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam works up recipes to help you have better families and friendships.