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28. January 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Is Marriage Good for Your Health?

28. January 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

is marriage goodfor your health
Part of the traditional marriage vows indicate a partner's willingness to remain together in sickness and in health. So, could getting married to remain healthy as good of a reason to tie the knot as love?
Part of the traditional marriage vows indicate a partner's willingness to remain together in sickness and in health. So, could getting married to remain healthy as good of a reason to tie the knot as love? [More]

27. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Things to Consider Before Having More Children

27. January 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

thingsto considerations before having more children
So, what about you? What considerations do you and your partner need to discuss before making a decision to have another child?
So, what about you? What considerations do you and your partner need to discuss before making a decision to have another child? [More]

26. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Impact of Early Retirement by One Spouse

26. January 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

impactof early retirementby one spouse
Early retirement seems like a dream come true for some, but it often creates relationship problems and role confusion when one spouse is still working. LuAnn Pierce, LCSW talks about underlying issues couples need to address to avoid resentment and other concerns when one spouse retires before the other.
Early retirement seems like a dream come true for some, but it often creates relationship problems and role confusion when one spouse is still working. LuAnn Pierce, LCSW talks about underlying issues couples need to address to avoid resentment and other concerns when one spouse retires before the other. [More]

25. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Development Part 3: The Teen Years

25. January 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

03 the teen years 1
Adolescence is a time for learning new things, questioning what you have been taught by parents and authority figures and exploring a wide range of possibilities.
Adolescence is a time for learning new things, questioning what you have been taught by parents and authority figures and exploring a wide range of possibilities. [More]

24. January 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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Coping With an Empty Nest

24. January 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

coping withan empty nest
Whether your child has gone off to college, joined the military, or has just decided to move out and make a go of it, you are no doubt experiencing what is known as Empty Nest Syndrome. This time in your life is when your youngest child has left home (the nest) and now you are feeling alone, sad, guilty, empty, and useless.
Whether your child has gone off to college, joined the military, or has just decided to move out and make a go of it, you are no doubt experiencing what is known as Empty Nest Syndrome. This time in your life is when your youngest child has left home (the nest) and now you are feeling alone, sad, guilty, empty, and useless. [More]

23. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Caregiver Burnout: How to Care for the Caregiver

23. January 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

caregiver burnout howto careforthe caregiver
As much time as you spend caring for your loved one, there is often little time left for you. I recommend turning the tables a bit here, by acknowledging that you will not be able to do anything for your loved one if you don’t take care of your own health.
As much time as you spend caring for your loved one, there is often little time left for you. I recommend turning the tables a bit here, by acknowledging that you will not be able to do anything for your loved one if you don’t take care of your own health. [More]

22. January 2014 05:55
by Cristina Rennie
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Trauma Informed Counselling: Four Part Series

22. January 2014 05:55 by Cristina Rennie | Comments

trauma informed counselling four part series
Emotionally focused therapy proposes that emotions themselves have an innately adaptive potential that, if activated, can help clients change problematic emotional states or unwanted self-experiences. Emotions themselves do not inhibit the therapeutic process, but people’s perception is seen as the challenge that creates stuck-ness.
Emotionally focused therapy proposes that emotions themselves have an innately adaptive potential that, if activated, can help clients change problematic emotional states or unwanted self-experiences. Emotions themselves do not inhibit the therapeutic process, but people’s perception is seen as the challenge that creates stuck-ness. [More]

21. January 2014 05:55
by Casey Truffo
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What Do You Do When You Don't Like Your Child's Mate?

21. January 2014 05:55 by Casey Truffo | Comments

what do you do when you dont like your childs mate
So you're excited that your children are getting close to the age where they may find their life partners and settle down. But wait a minute... What if you don't like your child's mate?
So you're excited that your children are getting close to the age where they may find their life partners and settle down. But wait a minute... What if you don't like your child's mate? [More]

20. January 2014 05:55
by LuAnn Pierce
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Postnatal Depression Awareness

20. January 2014 05:55 by LuAnn Pierce | Comments

11 8 13 postnatal depression awareness
Postnatal Depression (PND), also known as Postpartum Depression (PPD) can be confusing and frightening. There are three primary types of PND that exist on a continuum, the severity increases as more serious symptoms develop.
Postnatal Depression (PND), also known as Postpartum Depression (PPD) can be confusing and frightening. There are three primary types of PND that exist on a continuum, the severity increases as more serious symptoms develop. [More]

19. January 2014 05:55
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Accepting my Bipolar Diagnosis

19. January 2014 05:55 by bp (bipolar) Magazine | Comments

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I will never forget the day I learned I likely had the illness. I went to the doctor on another issue and ended up having a loud, sloppy-wet meltdown, including talking about suicide and tossing things about the room (okay, just gloves). Funny, I don’t recall what set me off. The doctor gently asked if I ever considered that maybe I have bipolar disorder? I melted even more and called my parents, screaming into the phone about how I truly was for-real crazy! Told ya! For years I had been struggling (surviving, at times just barely), not knowing what was wrong. I was sent to a psychiatrist and got the bp II diagnosis. [More]
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