Communication

Keys to Good Communication

Keys to Good Communication

Good communication with almost anyone–your husband or wife, boss, coworkers, children, parents, or friends–depends on a few basic principles of people handling. Learn these, and you will b... Read More »

The Wise and Unwise Leader

The Wise and Unwise Leader

A good executive is not a boss–he is a servant! Jesus wasn’t just trying to teach His disciples humility when He said, “Whoever desires to become great among you, let him be your ser... Read More »

Marriage: Who Should Make the Changes?

Marriage: Who Should Make the Changes?

Q: My husband and I have very different personalities. One way this is manifested is in how we show affection to each another. I like to express my love by giving little presents or cards. I secretly ... Read More »

Reaching Withdrawn or Closed People

Reaching Withdrawn or Closed People

Q: How can I get through to someone who has difficulty opening up and communicating? A: Most people who are very quiet and withdrawn don’t really want to be that way. They know they need to be f... Read More »

Answers to Your Questions Gender differences

Answers to Your Questions Gender differences

Q: My boyfriend and I normally get along great, but sometimes one of us becomes frustrated when the other one reacts differently than we expect or would like. How can we avoid those situations that pu... Read More »

Breaking the Selfishness Cycle

Breaking the Selfishness Cycle

Q: I get frustrated and upset when my husband acts selfishly, but I know I am selfish too sometimes, and that bothers me even more. What can I do to help us both in this area? A: When such problems cr... Read More »

Walk a Mile in His Shoes

Walk a Mile in His Shoes

By Curtis Peter van Gorder “Never judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.” If there was anyone who knew all about that, it was probably Mother Teresa. After having lived among the poorest... Read More »

How to Have a Happier Home

How to Have a Happier Home

Adapted from Virginia Brandt Berg What is the greatest weakness in most families? According to Dr. James H. Bossard, a former professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania who spent 40 year... Read More »