Monthly Archives: May 2014

Prophecy: Deceit or Self-Motivation

Last week I promised to tell you about my deception of choice. Well, have you ever encountered someone who speaks of something she wishes would happen long before it has? This kind of behavior can look like deceit or outright … Continue reading

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Why People Lie

Lies, deception, omission, exaggerations… it’s all deceit. Like most people, I can’t stand deceit. No one wants to be lied to. Lies are eventually uncovered, and even “little white lies” can damage relationships. So why do people do it?  Control … Continue reading

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How to Keep Your Foster Child Safe Online

by John DeGarmo Filters and parental control settings can help you keep your foster child safe from many of the online dangers.  Internet filters are designed to prevent users from accessing inappropriate content from certain websites. By using keywords, these … Continue reading

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#1 Cause of Death of Children in Country

You can protect the kids in your care if you know what the most likely cause of death is… Read this Fostering Families Today article written by Rhonda This article was originally published in the May/June 2014 issue of Fostering … Continue reading

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Life Is Not a Competition

Life is not a competition, and it’s not a zero-sum game. In other words, if you get something, it doesn’t mean there’s less left for me. I have a streak of extreme competitiveness in me. It doesn’t rear up often … Continue reading

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