“More than half of the women are single” in the Church said Sister Carole M. Stephens, the first counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency.
“No one has an ideal family” she also said.
Wow. Refreshingly honest.
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How can we teach about the importance of family when our own family, or the families of those we are teaching, don’t look like the ideal?
Sister Carole M. Stephens, the first counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, and Dr. Liz Hale, a licensed clinical psychologist, share personal stories and insights to help answer that question and others like it in this episode of Gospel Solutions for Families.
How do we show unconditional love to our children when we’re going through difficult times? What would you say to those who feel the “broken” state of their family is ruining present and future life for their kids? To hear from Sister Stephens and Dr. Liz Hale, including what they’ve learned from their own broken relationships, watch or listen to this episode.
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