About Jay Payleitner

Jay Payleitner, national speaker and best-selling author of 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad, What If God Wrote Your Bucket List?, The Prayer of Agur, and more than 25 other books. Find out more at jaypayleitner.com.

Marriage Goals: The 8-Second Kiss

2022-04-01T16:14:15+00:00

  Romance is a daily goal. Sex is not. As a matter of fact, couples should intentionally share romantic words and gestures that don’t lead to the bedroom. It’s a good practice for the forever relationship of married life. Here’s the big idea. On one particular day in the not-too-distant future, sex will not be [...]

Marriage Goals: The 8-Second Kiss2022-04-01T16:14:15+00:00

How To Connect With Your Kids Through Daily Life

2022-03-09T15:26:51+00:00

  There are a ton of things you take for granted that would be empowering to a ten-year-old son or daughter. That includes stuff you learned so long ago that you don’t even know you know. Here are several ideas for how to connect with your kids through daily life.  […]

How To Connect With Your Kids Through Daily Life2022-03-09T15:26:51+00:00

Valentine’s Day Instructions for Dads

2022-02-16T19:29:52+00:00

Dear Valentine’s Day Dad: Consider yourself warned. Don’t miss this special day. Don’t go overboard. Find a nice middle ground. And for heaven’s sake get all shopping and ordering out of the way a week before February 14. Here are your Valentine’s Day Instructions for Dads.  […]

Valentine’s Day Instructions for Dads2022-02-16T19:29:52+00:00

Creating Creative Kids: What To Do When Your Kid Brings You Bad Artwork

2021-12-28T20:01:02+00:00

When your four-year-old proudly presents you with a drawing of what looks like a baboon wearing a babushka boiling boomerangs on a beach, you have two choices.  You can (1) crush their creative spirit. Or you can (2) catapult them into a world of imagination and innovation that will serve [...]

Creating Creative Kids: What To Do When Your Kid Brings You Bad Artwork2021-12-28T20:01:02+00:00

Are You Pulling Your Teen Toward You or Pushing Your Teen Away?

2021-12-02T19:15:41+00:00

Every time your teenager walks into the room you have two choices. You can let them know you are glad to see them. Or you can wonder what nastiness they have been up to and pick a fight. If your body language is welcoming, if your smile is sincere, and [...]

Are You Pulling Your Teen Toward You or Pushing Your Teen Away?2021-12-02T19:15:41+00:00
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