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Sharlene LeClerc

is a clinical psychologist living in Charleston, South Carolina.

​4 Things I’ve Learned From My Children

Lessons not easily learned!

Parenting is no easy task. It’s a full-time job; a parent is never off-duty. Kids seem to know just when a parent is most vulnerable, and this is when the true testing occurs.

God entrusts us with the lives of His children to help them grow and develop into God-fearing and service-minded adults. We are told to “train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it” (Prov. 22:6).* I believe, however, that God also gives us children to show us our own vulnerabilities and to teach us our need for Him.

Here are four lessons I have learned from my children.

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