This time of year can cause struggles and bickering with your significant other. Too many people sharing a small space, those ‘stressful’ family members, lots of conflicting ideas for time and celebrating, or just not enough time to do all the things you were hoping to do can lead to tense moments and terse words. […]
Marriage Counseling Articles
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I’m Thankful For “I’m thankful for my family. I’m thankful to God for all his blessings. I’m thankful for my friends, for my job. I’m thankful for my wife. She means the world to me and always has my back.“ I’ve heard many thankfulness speeches, most of them are encouraging and sincere. I love the […]
Boundaries Matter Boundaries helps us manage not only how we view people, and each other, but how we experience a good, right, excellent, noble, and wonderful life. Boundaries. They’ve long been in the news on a large scale. How should the United States enforce its boundaries has been the question put in front of us. […]
I ride as if I know I can The Ballerina & Real Normal I’ll never be a ballerina. I don’t have the right “parts,” the right body, the right mind, or the right temperament to be a ballerina. I will not be a garbage hauler, a police officer, a soldier, or carpenter because I have […]
Get ready for FIVE ESSENTIAL KEYS to your relational palace. We’ve got A MOST IMPORTANT relationship plan that can take you over the threshold of a new, beautiful, hopeful, growing and flourishing relationship. The keys you’ll form today can mean relational health for you and your partner, your loved ones, and your community. But first, […]
Trying is driven from the poverty of imagination. Practice is about the imagination of love! Practice is the exploration of what is possible, and with whom, and your “whom” expands with a thriving imagination!
How Can A Soldier Get Help When Suffering With PTSD? About PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can ruin a soldier’s personal and professional life, including their most sacred relationships, like a spouse and his/her children. Combat related PTSD symptoms include night-terrors related to events in the theater of battle, night sweats, flashbacks, paranoia, anxiety, […]
Un…Conditional? There’s always a condition. Always. Country music legend George Strait wrote lyrics about a daddy’s relationship with his children: “Daddy’s just don’t love their children every now and then. It’s a love without end, amen.” Strait answers the question about how it is to love: Without end. How do we accomplish a forever […]
It’s socially awkward to invite people to certain activities, or events. It can be socially awkward moment when you invite someone to church, for instance. Doesn’t mean God is false – some people just feel awkward having the conversation. It’s the same with counseling – Some people experience difficulty finding a way to invite someone to therapy. […]
Happy? Positive? Many of us when asked what positive and happy means to them, would tell you that happiness is achieved when everything is working out well, or when he or she has a day off, or goes out on a date. Happiness and positivity must be when a person rides high on positive emotions […]