Managing our own emotions is the first step to parenting more successfully in challenging situations.
Mike Berry releases himself into the freedom of this truth: It’s not bad parenting. It’s the trauma these kids have suffered.
Mike and Kristin Berry changed their family’s life in a way they hadn’t thought was possible.
If you have lots of children, it’s important to carve out special space for each one.
School can be a tough place for adopted and foster children. Sherrie Eldridge has some advice.
Mike Berry reminds us of the importance of connection and community in raising adopted kids.
Adoptive parent Mike Berry muses on the ties that truly bind us to our kids.
Mike Berry explores the place where most parents are afraid to go.
Kristin Berry offers insight into parenting an adopted teen.
How do you handle Father’s Day with adoptive dads? Mike Berry has some answers.
What do you do when your kid doesn’t make sense? Mike Berry has an answer.
Mike Berry opens up about the realities of becoming an adoptive parent.
Mike Berry helps parents put together vacations that work for challenging kids.
Mike Berry explains the need for alternative parenting methods with kids who are trauma survivors.
Mike Berry sees his family reflected in TV’s popular drama about adoption.
Mike Berry offers a way for frustrated parents to keep calm and carry on.