What is TBRI? | Part 4: The Correcting Principles

TBRI® Correcting Principles aim to address a child’s behavioral issues in a positive way. Two important principles in the correcting component are proactive and responsive behavioral strategies. In proactive strategies, we focus on putting the child on the right path...

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What is TBRI? | Part 3: The Connecting Principles

Often, children from hard places tend to retreat from relationships with others as a form of fear or distrust. In TBRI®’s connecting principles, the focus is to meet a child’s need for relationships through awareness and playful engagement. One part of awareness is to...

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What is TBRI? | Part 2: The Empowering Principles

Through TBRI®’s Empowering Principles, we are able to address a child’s physical needs by concentrating on their safety and health. Many of the clients our ministries serve come from traumatic situations and our priority is to provide them with a feeling of “felt...

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What is TBRI? | Part 1: An Introduction

Trauma-informed care is an essential part of both the culture of our ministries and the services they provide. Taking a trauma-informed approach to care means looking beyond the behaviors of the children and families we serve and finding the meaning behind that...

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In the Midst of It All

I’ve been reflecting on the past five years lately and wondering what the next five years will bring. Both personally and organizationally, many things have changed in life over the last 60 months. When you think about what has gone on in the world around you during...

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Worry? Who, me?

It’s hard not to worry isn’t it? Things happen, circumstances abruptly change, and all of a sudden there it is – worry. Worry does not just happen to us individually, but it happens with things we are involved with too. Many times it is those things that are extra...

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A Certain Legacy

Christmas 2012 was a special time in the home of Doak & Pam Fling. Like most years, they enjoyed many blessings with their family as they celebrated the birth of Christ. But a dark cloud hung over the celebration. Doak had learned through a routine physical that...

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Empty Nest

Earlier this fall, Jill and I officially became empty nesters. Our oldest, Lindsey, began her third year at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton and our youngest, Parker, just started his first year at Baylor University in Waco. It seems like yesterday that...

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