Marjorie Pay Hinckley was an amazing woman. Her wit and her kind spirit touched the lives of many throughout her life and her words continue to inspire members everywhere. And her advice and for raising children still rings true as children and parents face challenges unique to our day.
4-Year-Old At Grocery Store Calls Lonely Widower ‘Old,’ And Mom Is Floored By His Response
Tara Wood’s daughter Norah was gearing up to celebrate her fourth birthday. On the day before her big day, Norah happened to explain to Tara her affinity for elderly folks — their soft skin, their slow-moving gestures, and how, since they’re reaching the end of their lifespans, she wants to “love ‘em all up before...
I don't have a three-step plan, but we care deeply about creating a safe family. Our kids aren't babies anymore, but we are still in the thick of it. We don’t know how it will all turn out. But here are ten things we are doing to build relationships with
A Note to Parents: Worry is Not Love by Julie de Azevedo Hanks, PhD, LCSW | Meridian Magazine - LDSmag.com | Worrying as a parental “soothing strategy” or compensation for lack of control, sounds odd because worry is not comfortable. What is comforting about worry, however, is that it makes you feel like you are doing something when you’re actually not doing anything. Here is why worry is not the same as love.