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5 Must-Tell Messages to Prepare the Kids for Your Divorce

One of the most difficult conversations any parent will ever have is telling their children about their pending divorce. I know first-hand because many years ago I went through the
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Living With Anxiety..

Do you ever feel excessive worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome? Do you ever worry about worrying? Has feeling overwhelmed become
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Personal Choices and Inner Voices

Stress around dramatic life change often brings challenges to our closest interpersonal relationships. As we transition our lives into a new set of experiences, it's frequently the case that we
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Why Me? Well…Why Not Me? One Therapist’s Look at Failed Relationships

Do you ever wonder if there’s a light that shines down on certain people and bestows upon them nothing but success in all areas of life? It sure seems that
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Cohabitation and Children

 In August, the National Marriage Foundation released a contentious study suggesting that cohabiting couples pose a grave threat to the welfare of children. The practice of an unmarried adult couple living together
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Why Implementing Self Care Matters During the Divorce Process

Learning to take care of yourself can be one of the most valuable lessons you learn following a divorce or breakup. As you feel the emotions of your loss and
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How to Discover Your Child’s Talents

Talent DNA Produces Positive Emotions  Luminol is a chemical that is used in forensic investigations to find blood or identify where a murder happened. Luminol is sprayed in locations where
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What Makes Relationships Strong

know it is always easier said than done, but practice makes perfect, so keep these tips in mind and work on them strong heart to aim for a healthier and happier relationships or marriage.