Often times we under estimate the power of space when we are in an argument. If you find your self getting frustrated ask your self a few questions: 1) Am I a close talker when I’m in conflict? 2) Do I naturally move closer when I’m frust
Couples Counseling: Sooner Rather Than Later by Kaylena Satiacum People prevent disease and weight gain by going to the gym. Essentially, couples counseling is going to the gym for a relationship. It is vital that couples seek counseling before the relationship become distressed becau
Depression… Combatting the Stigma Together – Kaylena Satiacum While there are still individuals who believe depression is something people can just snap out of it, depression is a mental illness that needs treatment (Grohol, 2006). The stigma, over the years, has lessened
Discipline by Nicole Linebarger I enjoyed reading this article because children are my passion and this hits home with me. I liked how it gave the three ways of parenting, authoritarian discipline was more or less how I was raised. Dictatorship, what my dad said all six of us kids lis
3 Ways to Change Your Perspective – Gia Griffitts It is my belief that personal perspective changes, or can change, a great deal throughout our lifetime. It is common knowledge that many of the viewpoints or ideas we had at a young age on life, will change as we age, gain experi
The Dance of Connection – Justin Herndon This article provides some reassurance and insight into the issues revolving around stale, or stagnant relationships. In nearly every marriage coming upon these types of issues that potentially can ruin a relationship are somewhat normal.
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