Peace Partnership
1 Dec

Why Exceptionalism Is Killing Us (Literally)

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  There’s this guy you know. You know the one: he’s good at everything. He’s successful, he’s funny—really funny, he looks like he could be a personal trainer, he’s really smart, everyone likes him, he has the perfect family, he ages like a fine wine, if he’s going to the Christmas party everyone else will […]

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1 Sept

5 Thoughts That Kill Your Dreams

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  What keeps you from following your dreams? There are several healthy reasons you shouldn’t follow some dreams, but what keeps you from following the good things you are interested in? Here are five reasons why I believe people give up on their dreams: 1. Disappointment. When we get hurt, we tend to recoil from […]

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1 June

How Hardship Can Help You

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  What do you do when you feel like your world is collapsing? What do you do when the rug is yanked out from under you? How do you deal with the giant issues of life that take you by surprise? You know the ones: “Dad/Mom, I’m pregnant.” “I’m sorry to have to tell you […]

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3 Oct

5 Tips For A Marriage Makeover

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  Resolving conflict in a relationship doesn’t have to require a PhD in neuroscience. Here are five steps that help ensure a successful outcome during conflict resolution. Best of all, most of us already have these five skills, we just get out of the habit of using them. 1. Soften your startup. Bringing up issues […]

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1 June

The Oppression of Should & The Wisdom of Why

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Many people seek counseling for ways of thinking and behaviors they feel like they should or should not be doing. These exaggerated expectations are commonly referred to as baggage. But there are healthy standards we need to hold ourselves to, so how do we find the line between maintaining healthy beliefs and taking on unhealthy and destructive beliefs? There […]

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