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Therapeutic Tuesday – Acts of Service

I have been working on the Love Language of Acts of service for the past bit with the kiddos. Things like dropping off someone’s donuts for their class when they forgot them at home, getting a toy out of the … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Tuesday – Words of Affirmation

Love languages. Learning to speak them is hard. I am eager for the day that it seems easier because right now, having to think so consciously to make sure I am on the right track is utterly exhausting. So far, … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Tuesday: Quality Time

A few weeks ago, I talked about the Love Languages of Children Here and Here. I am back at it, this time to talk about Quality Time. Quality time is time spent with your child. This is not time staring … Continue reading

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Tuesday Therapy – Gifts

Last week, I talked about Love Languages. I have been continuing this, reading and planning for our family and being intentional in showing my kids love. The language I have been focusing on this week is gifts. Instead of just … Continue reading

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Tuesday Therapy – The Language of Love

Love is a pretty dynamic feeling. It is one that many of our kids have had pretty messed up experiences in. For this reason, I’ve been reading the book “The Five Love Languages of Children” by Gary Chapman and Ross … Continue reading

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