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Liz Hansen

Elizabeth Hansen has worked as a script writer and story developer for Orange since 2011. She holds an MFA in screenwriting from Regent University and writes for Feature Presentation, Get Reel, FX, and more. Elizabeth and her husband, David, write and produce films through their company, Arclight Studios. They have two sons and live in Canton, Georgia.

Character and Values

When You Need More Hope

It’s a learned ability to see a bigger picture. Life experience helps us look back and see it better from where we are standing now. Practice looking for the good… Read More

Birth - 5 years | Mental Health

Helping Your Preschooler Navigate Their Emotions

Preschoolers simply don’t have the life experience to see past the present instant. Emotion is reality. As far as they are concerned, what they feel in the moment is how… Read More

Family Life | Make It Personal

It’s All In Your Head : Taming Negative Thoughts on Parenting

About 50,000 thoughts pass through our minds each day. FIFTY THOUSAND. I suspect that number is even higher for parents of preschoolers! It’s true that many of these thoughts are… Read More

Birth - 5 years

3 Survival Tips for Preschool Parents

If you’ve got one under five, you’re stretched. If you’ve got two under five, you’re beyond capacity. If you’ve got more than two under five, well, living in the South,… Read More

Birth - 5 years

Preschoolers Go All In

When our now 3-year-old was 12 months, I placed him in the kitchen sink with plastic cups and a thin stream of running water. Then I watched in awe and… Read More

Birth - 5 years | Make It Personal

The Truth About Parenting Preschoolers

Before we had children, a friend once told us that, “Kids simultaneously ruin your life and make it awesome.” Now, as the parents of a one-year-old and a three-year-old, we… Read More

Birth - 5 years | Celebrations | Create A Rhythm

The Wonder of Christmas – Setting the Stage for Preschoolers

“I want the other one!” my two-year declared as I took his usual favorite, Little Blue Truck, off the bookshelf. “I want the one in the attic!” I knew exactly… Read More

Character and Values

I’ll Show You Honor

My job, as a parent, is to slowly instill in him the values to shift the balance. Where his default setting is to look inward, I want to engage him… Read More

Character and Values

Comparison Is the Thief of Contentment

“Gracie gets super excited when her big brother comes into the room and calls out ‘bubba!’ Plus she says ‘doggy’ and ‘book’ and ‘ball’ and ‘milk.’ She’s just so bright… Read More