One night, in October of 1991, I visited a friend about to go through spinal surgery the next day. She had herniated discs on her spine after a fall, and I was fearful that should anything go wrong in the surgery, she might be paralyzed from the waist down. I went to see her, wanting … Read more
The teenage years are a time of transition where teenagers need truth to accompany them as they make decisions, to guide their behavior, and set them up for future success. A close and intimate relationship with their parents or guardians can help dispel myths in their lives, and what to teach them instead.