Cleaning House author, Kay Wills Wyma, shares her experience in helping to make her own kids more independent on Louisville’s WHAS, Great Day LIVE!
For every parent who is picking their kids’ clothes off the floor, making their beds, waiting on them hand and foot…click here to watch!
Entitlement? What’s the big deal?
Cleaning House author Kay Wills Wyma discusses its growing impact in society with Glenn Beck, on The Blaze TV.
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Cleaning House author Kay Wills Wyma shares simple tasks that helped her kids learn valuable lessons with host, Marie Osmond.
“Marie” airs on the Hallmark Channel, to a national audience of 87 million. For more, click here.
“Focus on the Family” is re-airing its broadcast with Milan and Kay Yerkovich, authors of How We Love Our Kids. Click here to listen to Today’s Broadcast.
Cleaning House author Kay Wills Wyma offers practical help for the holidays in her article “An Others-Centered Christmas.” Featured in the December 2012 issue of Focus on the Family’s Thriving Family Magazine, Wyma provides thoughtful and meaningful ways to reach out to others this Christmas.
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Cynthia Tobias, author of You Can’t Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded) shares with Focus on the Family additional insights on the strong-willed child, especially as related to single parenting, blended families, and grandparenting, as well as how to navigate parenting the strong-willed child during the teen years. Click here for “Today’s Broadcast.”
Author Kay Wills Wyma’s Cleaning House is featured on Christianity Today’s , Today’s Christian Woman, titled “No More Entitlement: My countercultural determination to raise independent kids.”
Included is Wyma’s “Top Twelve Things A Kid Should Know Before Flying the Coop!” To read more, click here.
Cleaning House by Kay Wills Wyma is mentioned in The New York Times “Motherlode” blogpost, “Our Spoiled Rotten Children.” Click here to read.
This is the second time “Cleaning House” has been in the NYT. Wyma’s guest post “Let Them Climb Trees (And Fall)”was featured June 28. For more, click here .
Tune in to hear Glenn T. Stanton, author of Secure Daughters, Confident Sons, interview on In the Market With Janet Parshall. Click here to learn what a parent can do on a daily basis, to nurture a children’s God-given design, and avoid the pressure to conform to cultural demands.