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Healing Attachment Wounds

Healing Attachments Attachment—the critical bond that develops between baby and primary caregivers–is one of the most important aspects of infancy and early childhood. The nature and quality of our earliest attachments tends to affect all our relationships, “from cradle to grave.” When circumstances such as adoption, illness, financial stress, loss, or lack of family support

Family Time: How to peacefully spend time with your family

It’s summer and a lot of us are spending time with family at BBQ’s, reunions, summer vacations, and for holidays. Let’s be honest. There’s at least one family member that drives us crazy! They may have beliefs we don’t agree with, they may want to talk about topics we don’t have any interest in, or

Setting Boundaries

Tips for setting boundaries   Setting boundaries can be a hard task to do. Especially when you have lacked or had loose boundaries with others. Have you ever felt mistreated when someone crossed the line with you? Do you feel at a loss when it comes to telling people “no?” Boundary setting can be one of

July 2013 Newsletter

      Here is the latest newsletter. I’m sorry that it is so delayed but, better late then never! In here you will find fun facts about July as well as a section about setting boundaries. In addition, the last page has a listing of all of our groups. There is a new one

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