What are Your Core Needs and What If They’re Not Met? What About Your Children?

It’s dangerous, troublesome, and common today for children (and adults) to confuse needs with wants. (Do we need a cup of coffee or want one?) Not only that, but once we and our children identify our needs, what if we try to meet them in counterfeit ways? There are huge ramifications for our beliefs, expectations, attitudes, and actions in areas such as joy, learning, motivation, relationships, character, and spiritual growth. You’ll be refreshed by this practical problem-solving approach. To change the fruit, we must change the roots. Where are you and your children grounded?