Dale Sadler

Dale Sadler is the author of 28 Days to A Better Marriage and How to Argue with Your Teen & Win. By day he works with middle schoolers and by night he is a family counselor specializing in marriage, parenting and men's issues. He works hard to be the husband and father his family needs. Follow him @DaleSadlerLPC or visit www.DaleSadler.net

Three Questions Every Parent Should Ask Themselves

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Every night, there are parents who lie awake wondering if they did the right thing with their children that day. Should I have yelled? Was I too harsh? Did I spend enough time with them? All of these cause parental anxiety; they are the demons we must face as parents. However, there are three very... Read more »

The Affluenza Epidemic: How to Show Your Kids the Value of Money

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Do children born to parents who don't have much money actually have certain advantages over kids born in more affluent homes? Quite possibly. In my last post, I talked about the book David and Goliath: Misfits, Underdogs and the Art of Battling Giants, by Malcolm Gladwell, and how he discusses the need for children to experience... Read more »

“I Didn’t Do It!” How to Handle Sibling Fights

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When helping to curb siblings from their day-to-day arguments, you may find one or both of them denying what you absolutely know they did. Big brother walks past his little brother, and suddenly there is a downspout of tears from the younger. “I didn’t do anything” is often the lie you receive from the bigger,... Read more »

Father’s Day Thoughts: Proud to Be Called “Daddy”

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The other day, while at a restaurant with my family, I saw a woman wearing a shirt that said, “Moms...they’re better than dads.” I can be pretty confrontational (being a counselor, I’m accustomed to telling people what I think) but I didn’t say anything. Had I said something, I would have made reference to the... Read more »

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