“This is Us” is a wonderful drama for its relevancy and deep messages. Viewers can learn something new from every episode. Here are four lessons about family.

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Three years ago, I jumped on the “This Is Us” bandwagon, and I’m glad I did! This drama is about a family with three children who all share a birthday with their father. Two of the children are biologically related, and one is adopted. The show follows the lives of the family members, flipping from past to present. All the characters struggle with common problems, which makes the show very relatable for viewers…

There are many benefits of reading every day. What are these benefits? And how do you make time to enjoy a book? Find out through this guide.

Reading every day benefits you in many ways.
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Do you love to read, but can’t seem to find the time for it? Reading has many benefits, some of which include relaxation and improved brain function. No matter how busy you are, it is possible to reap these benefits by reading every day. Here are some of the benefits of reading and how to make time for it every day.

Part 1: The Benefits of Reading

1. You will notice less stress and fatigue.

No matter how well you do something, someone might give you negative criticism. While this criticism can hurt, here are five things you can do to relieve the pain.

Criticism hurts, but there are ways to cope with it.
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Many of your actions will elicit a response. Sometimes your work will receive praise; other times, it will receive negative criticism. When someone looks down upon your work, you do not have to let it bring you down. When you feel yourself losing spirit from negative criticism, try doing these five things.

1. Remind Yourself That Criticism Is Not a Reflection of Your Worth

If your child has special needs, helping them learn during the pandemic can be a challenge. Here are some ways to help your child excel during this time.

You can help your child with learning disabilities excel academically.
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Having struggled with learning disabilities in school during my childhood, I remember how my parents advocated for my education. With the pandemic, I cannot imagine how difficult it must be for parents who are teaching their children now. Through my own experiences and research, I can give you some tips about how to ensure that your child gets the best education possible.

Communicate with Your Child’s Teacher

Do you want to improve your relationship with Jesus? If so, check out the YouVersion Bible app. It has many features to help you grow in faith.

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In 2015, I realized that I had not been making Jesus a priority in my life. Yes, I went to church every Sunday. But I needed something that would remind me to spend time with Him during the week. That was the only way I would be able to work on my relationship with Him. When I heard about the app called YouVersion and all its wonderful features, I downloaded it on my…

Martha Lueck

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