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5 Ways To Make Your Home More Peaceful During National Stress Awareness Month

For Americans working hard to perform well at their jobs, the cost of success may come in the form of poor health, stress and burnout, an issue many can tackle during National Stress Awareness month in April. Roughly 63 percent of U.S. workers said they regularly engage in unhealthy behaviors, such as drinking, to combat … Continue reading 5 Ways To Make Your Home More Peaceful During National Stress Awareness Month

Healing the Roots of Women’s Sexual and Relational Struggles

Girls are often born into this world surrounded by messages about who they are supposed to be, and who they should become; Be cute.  Smile.  Be a nice girl.  Just give them a hug.  Don’t make a fuss.  Suck in your belly.  Be the ideal body type.  Look sexy.  Stay pure and innocent.  Be good … Continue reading Healing the Roots of Women’s Sexual and Relational Struggles

Relationships Can Be Difficult but there is Help for Healing

Relationships are hard. There’s no getting around it. Put more than one person in the same place for long enough and you’re sure to have problems. It’s as certain as death, taxes and computer problems. In his book Your Brain on Love, Dr. Stan Tatkin says that “there really is nothing more difficult on the … Continue reading Relationships Can Be Difficult but there is Help for Healing

Your Family Survived the Holidays…But Not Exactly Unscathed

There is nothing quite like the holidays to bring a family closer together…or to drive them even further apart. Families and holidays can be wonderful.  However, they can also be painful and traumatic.  Even the best families can have some holiday drama. Holiday family drama is so common that it is the storyline for many … Continue reading Your Family Survived the Holidays…But Not Exactly Unscathed

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