Yes, I want them to be afraid. Not of gruesome looking Halloween figures that come out once a year, but of the REAL monsters, chains and messengers of hell that walk the streets everyday. For in healthy fear, there is power. Power over the trap laid out to snare their feet. Power to say “No”. Power to make wise choices.As Halloween approaches, this may give you some ideas for sparking a discussion about fear with your children. Won't you hop over to read more and leave a hello? Click here.
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