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Best Of PCL: Helping Kids Cope With Anxiety

Dr. Chinwe Williams, a licensed professional counselor, shares ways to identify signs of anxiety and how to help your kids through their experience with it in today’s Best Of Parent… Read More
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Episode 53

PCL 53: How To Parent Through Divorce

Toni Nieuwhof, a divorce attorney and wife to Pastor Carey Nieuwhof, talks about how parents can navigate divorce while preserving a healthy co-parenting relationship with their former spouse and keeping… Read More

Faith | Featured | Other Resources | Special Topics

Motherhood Is a Relationship, Not a Calling

Saying motherhood is a calling is an American privilege. Not every mother gets that choice. I know many single moms who would love to stay home with their kids—to make raising kids their job—but they can’t.   The very fact that I’m writing… Read More

Create A Rhythm | Featured | Self Care | Special Topics | Widen The Circle

How to Find the Right Routine as a Solo Parent

Growing up, I always knew I wanted to be a dad. Most kids I ran around with wanted to be an astronaut or a football player, but not me. I had bigger dreams. I wanted to be a dad. I looked forward… Read More

Current Events | Featured | Special Topics

3 Ways to Ease Back Into In-Person Events Again

First, let’s start with a slow clap. If you’re a parent, and you managed to survive (what I PRAY is) the worst of the pandemic, you deserve a trophy. In fact, you deserve a nap, dessert, and a trophy. Because as novel… Read More

Family Life | Featured | School Life | Special Topics

Co-Parenting Through the School Year

The start of a new school year is pretty nostalgic, right? All sharpened number-two pencils and crisp-white-notebook paper. You can basically smell it.  But like any change in routine for families, the start of a new school year is an upheaval. All… Read More

Featured | Mental Health | Special Topics

How to Calm Your Anxious Child

The kids and teens I counsel worry a lot. They worry about their family, friends, appearance, homework, their future, what people think of them, and unexpected changes. If you are the parent of an anxious child, you are not alone. Anxiety is… Read More