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“When you tell a lie, you have to tell another lie, which digs you a hole…”

Shalom House founder Peter shares about his experience in being upfront with his children and putting himself in a position where they can go to him if they need him. It takes a lot of courage and strength to ask for forgiveness from your children, and here is how he did it:

 

Is it important to be upfront with our mistakes and teach consequences to them from a very young age, that they can always come to us about anything and we’ll be there to help them deal with them but can’t take them away.

Posted by Shalom House Perth WA on Tuesday, July 25, 2017

 

Peter also spoke to 98five listener Kate, who is struggling with her step-son who is disrupting the peace at her household.

 

Q: My stepson is using, we can’t help him anymore. We’ve had to take out a VRO, we can’t have him around anymore.

Posted by Shalom House Perth WA on Tuesday, July 25, 2017

 

You can catch Peter Lyndon-James every Wednesday at 9am when he tackles more issues about addiction and the lives that are affected by it.

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