Posts Tagged ‘emotions’

How Do You Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus?

No one prepared you for parenting in a global pandemic! Your kids are out of school and probably asking questions like, “Why am I not allowed to go play with my friends?” and “Why can I not go to school and see my teachers?” Your first instinct may be to simply tell your kids that everything is going to be ok, but that may not be the right move. Dr. Josh and Christi Straub are… … Continue reading

Wally’s Emotional Letter to His Dad

This is probably the hardest Father’s Day card I’ve ever had to write, as the realization hit me that this might be the last one because my Dad is sick: Happy Father’s Day, Dad, Thank you doesn’t even begin to cover what I owe you. As a kid, you were always there for me, encouraging me, and guiding me.  As an adult, you shared your wisdom and advice with me. I think all of that… … Continue reading

3 Life Changing Lessons About Trials I Found in the Latest Pixar Movie

Inside Out has quickly become the movie of the summer for adults and children alike. For those of you who haven’t seen it, this may have a few spoilers so take that as caution. I don’t want to ruin the movie for you. This is one of the most creative, brilliant movies I’ve seen in a while. There are 5 “personalities,” Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear inside the mind of a little girl, Riley.… … Continue reading