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The Clingy Child Cure: From Clingy To ConfidentBy Nicholeen Peck

“What do I do about my child? She will not leave my side. Am I spoiling her? I know I should love her attention and affection, but she is smothering me.

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The Seed with an Astonishing Fruit

Does the Lord ever fashion events in and around our lives to make us humble and teachable? How do we usually respond to such divine tutoring?

By Ted Gibbons
God’s Greatest Work: Rescuing Wayward Souls

“No greater work has the Lord God of heaven ever undertaken than to save the souls of his children. It is the grandest, the greatest undertaking that ever has been inaugurated”-- Elder Rulon S. Wells

By Larry Barkdull
Triumphing Over Tragedy

In mortality, it is common for terrible tragedies to occur side-by-side with wonderful joys. Sorrow next to happiness. Torment alongside purpose. How do we explain that conundrum?

By Wallace Goddard
Letters to a Former Missionary Companion: Balancing Faith and Reason

The most powerful lesson I learned as I studied my way back into the Church was that my initial approach to the scriptures and prophets was not only naïve but is not the official position of the Church.

By Michael R. Ash
Apostasy and Divorce: An Unexpected Commonality

Is it ever realistic to say “I’ve done nothing wrong; I have nothing to repent of; the fault is all in the other guy?”

By Darla Isackson
Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys

Do you get too involved in the drama around you?

By Joni Hilton
Power at the Podium: 7 Steps to a Solid Speech

Public speaking is often cited as the number one most common fear, even before death itself. For some of us, high on the list of fears is the dread of listening to a speech that bores, patronizes, or otherwise wastes our time.

By Rodger Dean Duncan
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If I don’t show up the Morning of the First Resurrection, will somebody please come look for me in the kitchen?

By Susan Elzey
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False conceptions about women in LDS culture are much like field bindweed. They serve to obscure doctrine and strangle our hopes of becoming a Zion society.

By Valerie Hudson Cassler