Anger is Dangerous

Anger is Dangerous

I was terribly shy in high school, always afraid of saying something wrong or making a fool of myself. Only my closest of friends knew how silly and lively I could be (I’d like to add vivacious and dynamic…witty…a snappy dresser…um, where was I? Oh yeah.). Only around...
Answering Kids’ Unanswerable Questions

Answering Kids’ Unanswerable Questions

One thing you can always count on when it comes to kids is their ability to ask more questions than you could possibly ever know the answer to, starting with “How did the stars get up in the sky?” to the ever-annoying repetition of one word – “Why?”   How do you...
Choosing Good Friends

Choosing Good Friends

My daughter came home one day, her normally cheerful face taking on a weighty look. Though I ached to jump right in and demand she tell me what was wrong, I mentally restrained myself and waited for her to come to me.   Fortunately for my blood pressure, it...
Teens: Rejoice in Your Mothers

Teens: Rejoice in Your Mothers

“They did obey and observe to perform every word of command with exactness; yea, and even according to their faith it was done unto them; and I did remember the words which they said unto me that their mothers had taught them” (Alma 57:21).   There are few sights...
Fulfilling the Purpose of Relief Society

Fulfilling the Purpose of Relief Society

There is one word used by Julie B. Beck, General Relief Society President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (nicknamed Mormons), in reference to how women of this Church might fulfill their purpose in this worldwide organization: revelation. “We...
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