4 Essential Tips for a Healthy and Successful Transition to College

The transition to college is one of the most significant (and likely the biggest to date) in a young person's life. Although your child may seem ultra confident about their future, keep in mind that they're still not quite an...

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Preparing for Summer Break: How to Have an Amazing Time as a Family

Getting to the end of the school year can feel like the last few miles of a marathon. Once you make it to the finish line, though, the desire to dive into summer adventures is contagious! Unsurprisingly, it takes more than...

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How Understanding the Various Types of Loneliness Can Make a Difference

Loneliness comes in all shapes and sizes—just like people. Even severity and duration differ when it comes to types of loneliness. There's simply not one umbrella for this drab emotion. Like most obstacles in life, it's incredibly helpful to know what...

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Coping with People Judging Your Parenting: 4 Things to Consider

We all know that parent shaming is a real thing. After all, celebrities face public criticism every single day in print and on numerous online platforms. When the tables are turned, however, how do you handle people judging your parenting...

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Discernment Counseling: 4 Ways It Helps Couples on the Brink of a Divorce

Deciding whether or not you should stay married to your spouse will be a difficult decision, no matter what. Whether one partner is leaning toward divorce, or both are undecided, it’s not a decision that should be taken lightly. While...

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Trouble Keeping Romance Alive in Your Relationship? – 5 Helpful Tips

Keeping romance alive in your relationship may seem like an art at times. While some couples manage to age like fine wine, others can bubble over like sour grape juice. Consider that most artists create by using a deliberate and purposeful...

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Family Group Therapy: Gaining Insight to How Family Dynamics Play a Role in Anxiety

Emotions play a large role in family dynamics. No family unit is without its unique and familiar interactions. It leaves room for each member to influence the entire unit. Sometimes this can be positive and sometimes not. Family group therapy works...

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Parenting an Anxious Child: Build a Toolbox of Strategies Through Family Group Therapy

Parenting an anxious child comes with its own unique set of challenges. As you may know, being the parent of an overly anxious tween/teen can feel a lot like running the gauntlet. From all angles, you may face unexpected issues—obsessive...

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