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1 Nov

Look Out – SAD Season Ahead!

  The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a frigid winter in just a few short months. For many in the Midwest, as well as around the nation, this is a daunting and sad forecast. But for some, SAD is actually a legitimate reaction to winter weather. Around 4 to 6 percent of Americans struggle with Seasonal […]

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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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2 Sept

How do you respond to the word “no”?

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  No. Two letters — One syllable — One Word — No. It can be used as a noun, adverb, determiner, or explanation and is defined as a negative to express refusal, dissent, and denial, usually in response to a question. We use it regularly. It is a powerful word. We begin hearing the word […]

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1 Aug

Tips & Tools for Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids

  It’s that time again. School supply ads are inundating our TV’s, inboxes, and mailboxes. It could only mean one thing—Back to School! This time of year brings about a lot of change for our kids—no matter what their age or stage. I recently presented on the emotional needs of kids and I’ve included some […]

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1 July

When Fear Reigns Supreme

“Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” – Salvador Dali – Aeschylus wrote a famous Greek tragedy entitled, “The Eumenides.” In it he states, “There are times in life when fear is good. It must keep its watchful place at the heart’s controls.” Aeschylus makes us aware of something very insightful: fear […]

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