Has your child ever said, “I hate you!” to you? When they throw a tempter tantrum it can feel difficult to stay calm. It can be even more difficult to be patient with what seems to be a trivial matter.
It’s important that we do stay calm because our children are watching us and learning from our behavior. Our children need to learn early to know what God’s Word says about our words and our actions because those will become behaviors that they use at school, at work, and in their relationships as adults.
STAYING CALM – BEING PATIENT
In order to stay calm and be patient – it’s important, as moms, to make sure we are reading God’s Word for ourselves. If we’re depleted, we’re not going to be much help to those who need us.
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