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Author Archive for Linda Eyre

About the Author:

Linda is the mother of nine and grandmother of twenty-six.  She's written best-selling parenting books and spoken to audiences around the world with her husband, Richard. But most importantly, she's raised nine wonderful people and is helping those people raise the next generation.
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Introduction to November's Value: Peaceability

Introduction to November’s Value: Peaceability

Children need calmness. It gives them a kind of security. Peace and the control of temper is a powerful and important value that is largely a product of love and of the atmosphere created in a home!
Introduction to October's Value: Kindness and Friendliness

Introduction to October’s Value: Kindness and Friendliness

Kind, friendly people are generally more happy and successful than those who are often unfriendly and unkind. As we help our children work on kindness and friendliness, we're helping them to grow and stretch in very important ways. Check out these simple, tried-and-true ideas for teaching our children to be a little more kind and...
Introduction to September's Value: Loyalty and Dependability

Introduction to September’s Value: Loyalty and Dependability

Children can learn what loyalty and dependability are through stories, games, role-playing, and discussion. It's not always an easy choice. Sometimes being loyal and dependable means doing what is right even when it is hard.
Introduction to August's Value: Unselfishness and Sensitivity

Introduction to August’s Value: Unselfishness and Sensitivity

It takes real effort on the part of parents, and sometimes a long time for children, to realize that the world does not revolve around them. Check out these tried-and-true methods for teaching children to be a bit less selfish.
Develop a System for Balance

Develop a System for Balance

How often do you find yourself feeling out of balance? It feels as though there are so many things in your envelope that you just can’t cram in one more thing, but somehow you manage to do it anyway. Your life is full of “stuff” and sometimes you feel that you are in the thick...
Introduction to July's Value:  Honesty

Introduction to July’s Value: Honesty

This will help small children realize that feelings are caused by what has happened -- and that it is okay to feel things and okay to tell others honestly how we feel.
Introduction to June's Value: Self-Reliance and Potential

Introduction to June’s Value: Self-Reliance and Potential

Think of self-reliance and potential is as two sides of the same coin. Self-reliance has a lot to do with taking the blame or the responsibility for negative things that happen. While potential is taking little credit and having the right kind of pride.
Hard is Good - A Message from our Grandmothers

Hard is Good – A Message from our Grandmothers

There are some days when mothering is about as fun as traveling at eighty miles an hour on a blistering hot day on a motorcycle with no windshield in a bug storm! But let’s step back a moment, take ourselves out of the here-and-now and look at the big picture.
Introduction to May's Value: Courage

Introduction to May’s Value: Courage

We had been talking with our 10-year-old son Talmadge about courage, and I'd been trying, in my long-winded way, to explain the difference between true courage or being a leader for the right.I had been trying to communicate the idea that real bravery was an inner thing, it was then that Talmadge interrupted with...
Introduction to March's Value: Fidelity and Chastity

Introduction to March’s Value: Fidelity and Chastity

For those who wish to teach their children about the desirability of fidelity in marriage and the good sense of abstinence before marriage, Richard and Linda Eyre offer some very helpful ideas.
Introduction to February's Value: Love

Introduction to February’s Value: Love

Introduction Our youngest child is named Charity. We liked the sound of the word as well as its definition of “pure love.” A few weeks before her first birthday we were trying to generate a discussion of love with our older children around the dinner table. What is love? What causes us to feel it...
Introduction to January's Value: Self Discipline

Introduction to January’s Value: Self Discipline

Self-discipline and moderation are two sides of the same coin. Self-discipline is pulling up and away from the laziness of doing too little. Moderation is pulling in and away from the excesses of trying to do or to have too much.