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Let Your Kids Be Bored | Parent Cue Blog

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Let Your Kids Be Bored

“Boredom” can be defined as “the frustrating experience of wanting, but being unable, to engage in satisfying activity.” And while that sounds—and can feel—unpleasant, numerous studies have show that it… Read More
10 Screen-Free Things to Do With Your Kids Over Spring Break

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10 Screen-Free Things to Do With Your Kids Over Spring Break

More often than not, you default to more screen time than usual because you either 1) have absolutely no idea how to keep your kids entertained or 2) you still… Read More

College and Young Adult | Elementary (K-5th) | Family Life | Featured | High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th)

Let Your Kids See Your Faith

They want to know it is more than a show—that it’s something real in our lives. They are watching to see if we really believe what we say. . .  Read More

Family Life | Featured | High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th)

Three Things You Need to Know About Your Teen and Dating

Romantic relationships at any age are a challenge. Here are a few things I’m keeping in mind as my kids enter the “dating” years. Read More

Family Life | Featured | Seasonal

A Letter to Parents Who Hurt During the Holidays

Did you know you can do the holiday season differently this year, friend? Did you know that you can stop putting pressure on yourself, draw hard lines in the sand about what you will and won’t do? Read More

Family Life | Seasonal

5 Ways to Prepare Your Kids for Fewer Gifts This Christmas

The last thing you want on Christmas morning is a disappointed kid, especially considering how difficult 2020 has already been. It’s been a year of postponements, cancellations—and, for many Americans—beaten-up bank accounts.  So if you know that Christmas is going to be lighter this year, and that there... Read More

Character and Values | Family Life | Fight For The Heart | Phase

The Secret Ingredient For Having a Close Relationship With Your Kid

Showing our kids empathy is the No. 1 way to strengthen and improve our relationship with them. Read More

Create A Rhythm | Family Life | Featured | School Life

Make the Most of Mornings

As our kids grow up, we must take advantage of the time we already have with them within the rhythms of the day to talk about what matters. Read More

Family Life

5 Ways to Prove You Love Your Kids

Other than saying, “I love you,”  what communicates to your kids you love them deeply? Often our words and actions are disconnected.  So here are five ways you can show your kids you love them without saying, “I love you” over and over again: Read More

Create A Rhythm | Family Life | Featured

How to Set Your Family Values

The rhythm in your home sets your family values. It establishes what is acceptable and what is not acceptable. It determines what gets talked about and what doesn’t get talked about. When you create a rhythm you establish priorities.  Read More