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    Gospel Solutions for Families

    Gospel Solutions for Families

    Gospel Solutions for Families

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    Dealing with Kids Suffering from Anxiety or Depression
    Carol F. McConkie, first counselor in the Young Women General Presidency, and Heather Nelson, a licensed clinical social worker, share personal stories and expert insights to help answer questions in this episode of Gospel Solutions for Families.
    31:41
    How a Happy Marriage Makes for Better Parenting
    When it comes to raising happy, healthy children, it can be easy to forget that focusing on the health of your marriage is a key component.
    How to Foster Feelings of Belonging Within Ourselves and Others
    Everyone wants to feel like they belong, and God and Jesus Christ want everyone to know that they certainly do. So what can we do when we or those we care about feel isolated or ignored?
    How to Talk to Your Kids about Intimacy
    Intimidated by The Talk? Here are ideas on how to talk to your kids about sexual relationships.
    30:00
    How to Talk to Your Kids about Pornography
    M. Joseph Brough, second counselor in the Young Men general presidency, and Alaina Chatterly, a mental health therapist for teenagers, share personal stories and expert insights to help answer these questions.
    27:01
    How to Talk to a Friend or Family Member Who Is Grieving
    How have you comforted those who are experiencing loss themselves? Sister Reyna I. Aburto, second counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, and Kevin Brodrick, licensed marriage and family therapist, offer their advice in this interview.
    How to Teach Your Child How the Spirit Speaks to Them
    Bonnie H. Cordon, the second counselor in the Primary general presidency, suggests that learning the language of the Spirit is easiest when it starts at home, where children can be immersed in it.
    25:53
    How to Teach Your Kids About the Joy and Importance of Parenthood
    Parenthood is the perhaps the most important and challenging role we can fill in this life. It is also the most rewarding. Do our kids see it that way?
    How to Teach Your Kids that Scripture Power is Real
    Are the kids excited or groaning when its time for family scripture study? We want our children to know that the scriptures are a real power in their lives
    How to Teach the Joys of Service
    When life feels dark, overwhelming, or lonely, what can we do to find peace? Reaching outside of ourselves to serve others who are also in need may seem counterintuitive, but it is a healing balm that is tried and true.
    28:19
    Living Without Guilt When Your Child Chooses a Different Path
    Robin Zenger Baker, author of Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path, has studied psychology, organizational behavior, and family therapy. She shares personal stories and professional insights to answer questions.
    30:57
    Making the Gospel Relevant for Our Youth
    Making the gospel relevant for our youth.
    Parenting Young Adults
    Wendy Ulrich, a mother and licensed psychologist, shares personal stories and insights to help answer questions about raising young adults, which may sometimes be more challenging than parenting young children.
    31:15
    Setting Realistic Expectations with Self, Spouse, and Kids
    Learning when to say “Yes” and how to gracefully say “No” can be key in retaining some of our most important relationships.
    28:46
    Strengthening Our Kids for the Last Days
    This is a generation that is preparing for the return of our Savior and preparing to carry on his kingdom during the millennium. Are these kids the chosen or the royal generation?
    Taming Technology in the Home
    Technology enables us to be forces for good in the world, but sometimes it distracts us from being present in our families.
    29:23
    Teaching Kids How to Disagree Without Being Disagreeable
    “It is appropriate to disagree, but it is not appropriate to be disagreeable,” teaches Quentin L. Cook.
    When Life is Less Than Ideal
    The ideal family situation includes a loving mother, a caring father, obedient children, and harmony in the home. So what can you do when that’s just not the case for your family?
    31:34