The busy commuting lifestyle can be brutal for young parents.  It’s hard enough to find time at home, and especially when children are young, it’s hard to get everything done before bedtime, and everyone out the door in the morning again.  This course has great practical help for parents of children up to age ten, along with worksheets and discussion questions to help you process what you’re learning.

If you’re parenting with a partner, ask them to watch or listen to the same content as you, so you can discuss the question when you’re back in one place.

This course is also great in groups – start by checking it out alone, but then invite someone else or a couple to join  you.  When you’ve been meeting in a group for a little while, register your group here.

Parenting Children - September 1, 2012

Day 19 – Summary of the Love Languages

Parenting Children Ages 0-10

•  We need to express love to our child(ren) in all five ways
•  some expressions of love/love languages will be more important to them than others
•  as our children grow older we need to try to recognize their primary and secondary ways of feeling loved
•  pay particular attention to using their principal love languages

Which expressions of love do you think make the most difference to your children? Which of the five do you find most difficult to give? What would help you show love in this way?

From Series: "Parenting Children Ages 0-10"

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