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Accept, Change, Eliminate

ACE – Accept, Change or Eliminate?

Accept, Change or Eliminate Deciding how to approach challenges or issues we face in our life can sometimes leaves us stuck in the problem.  “What should I do?”  “How should I handle this?”  “I don’t even know where to start.”   These are questions/statements that many of us tell ourselves when we are confused and faced

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

An Affair in the Relationship

When working with couples, one of the most common occurrences for seeking counseling is that an affair has happened. Counseling can offer the couple a way to recover from this event and seeking support from a neutral party can help both people feel understood and supported. Repairing the relationship after an affair can take a

Bringing Home Baby

When I was expecting my first child last summer, I did all the typical preparing most parents would do. I read books, had an app on my phone to tell me how my baby was developing, documented the progress of my growing belly, took my prenatal vitamins, ate healthy, exercised, put the baby’s room together,

How Increasing Intimacy Can Improve Your Relationship

When you think of the word “intimacy”, what comes to mind? Many people believe intimacy is only about sex. However, it is really so much deeper than a physical act. As a relationship therapist, I regularly work with couples who come looking for answers about why their sex life isn’t so hot anymore and what

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

Amazing Date Night Ideas

Amazing ideas for couples to do on date night   I am constantly hearing from the couples I counsel that they need more creative things to do on their dates. That they end up talking about and discussing work, kids and even their problems on dates due to not having something to do…So, I put

Premarital Counseling

Premarital counseling is important to your relationship. It is easier correcting common issues that you have now rather than waiting until you both are frustrated and fed up.

Couple Check Up

  COUPLE CHECKUP When is the last time you had a checkup for your relationship?   Whether you and your partner are dating, engaged, or married, National Marriage Week (February 7-14) is the perfect time to check on the health of your relationship and reconnect with your significant other.  During this week, contact us to

Relationship Check Up

  When is the last time you had a checkup with your doctor? The dentist?  How about a checkup for your relationship? National Marriage Week (February 7-14) is the perfect time to check on the health of your relationship and reconnect with your significant other.  The Prepare/Enrich program has helped over three million couples strengthen

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