Lynne Jackson

3 Tips for Teaching Your Runaway 3-Year-Old Traffic Safety

Your 3-year-old just ripped their hand out of yours and is running away from you in public. Again. This is a life-or-death situation that puts…

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Teach Your Kids How to Say Sorry…and Mean It

Do you ever feel like the selfish, hurtful attitudes of your kids are enough to make you pull your hair out? (Or theirs?) “How can…

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How to Teach Flexibility Using a Pipe CleanerA Practical Idea for Teaching The Skill of Flexibility

Plans change. Life changes. And suddenly your sweet child who doesn’t get to have chicken nuggets is melting down on your kitchen floor. Or maybe…

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A Simple Way to Teach Kids to “Make Lemonade Out of Lemons”

Do you ever watch your child’s mood swing wildly based on the latest circumstance? Do you ever watch your own mood swing wildly based on…

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What Do You Do with a Minecraft Addiction?The Long Road of Recovery from an Addiction to Minecraft

Online gaming addiction is real. Minecraft addiction is real. Your child’s screen habit probably started out innocently enough. Over time it may have escalated to…

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My Child Is Always So Negative; What Do I Do?

Got a negative child? You know, the one that seemingly sees the worst in every situation? Kyle and Ella came to me for coaching, concerned…

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Legalism vs. Grace: Let Go of Perfectionism & Grab Hold of GraceThe transforming power of God’s amazing grace

It’s perfectionism vs grace. Or maybe, better stated, it’s legalism vs grace. You can’t have both. We don’t want to be perfectionists. You don’t want…

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One Way to Turn Bedtime Routines AroundFrom Challenging to Affirming

What happens during the bedtime routine often sets the tone for an entire evening and even impacts the following morning. I coach many families that…

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Can True Empathy Really Be Taught to Kids?

You want your kids to think about others’ feelings. That’s empathy. But can you teach empathy to kids or does it just come naturally? It’s…

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Are Your Marriage Goals Actually Selfish?Learning to let go and embrace grace

Perhaps you’ve read books, been to seminars, listened to sermons or podcasts expounding on the benefits of marriage goals. Maybe you’ve even been inspired to…

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