Messages about parents

Neale Donald Walsch

Let me tell you a little story about the day my father died. I knew that my father was not in the best of heath for some time. He was 83 years old and his health had been deteriorating, and so, his death was not a shock to me.

Jennifer Hoffman

I have heard from many parents who are scared, angry, and frustrated with their children who do not seem to be able to get their act together, so to speak. 

Brenda Hoffman

Brenda Hoffman > You’re Evolving into Infant and Parent

Please take a moment to process your feelings about living from your heart. Do you believe it is possible? Listen to your inner-being and it will give you the answer – yes or no.

Jennifer Hoffman

Jennifer Hoffman > You Don’t Dis Your Mother

We are heading into another busy week energetically that will focus on communications with yourself and others. Do you say what you mean or ask for what you really want? 

Pamela Kribbe

Dear friends, I am Jeshua. I am here with you. I am not visible to your physical eyes, because I come to you from an inner space, directly from the heart. Feel my presence.

Jennifer Hoffman

It has taken me a long time but I’m learning to put my needs first. I am a single mother, with one daughter and I currently live with my mother, who is having many mental and health problems and is on lots of medications. My mother wants me to stay here with her, my daughter is the center of her world and her only motivation for living and although I want to leave, I am afraid that my mother won’t forgive me if I do, or she will ‘check out’. 

Lorna Byrne

Lorna Byrne > Why Teaching Your Child To Love Is So Important

Parents are having a tough time at the moment; many are finding themselves under financial pressure and are struggling to give their children the material things that others have. There is much more to life than material things and being a good parent doesn’t depend on giving your children everything they want. The most important thing you can do for your child is to love them, and teach them about love.

Jennifer Hoffman

My son passed away recently, he was only 30 years old and while I know it is a choice, I can’t believe that this gifted, wonderful young man chose death over life. Was this part of our soul contract and did I do my part because I feel like I let him down since he didn’t choose to live. Will I ever recover from my grief?