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WARNING: Holiday Stress Approaching!

Posted on November 10, 2016

WARNING: Holiday Stress Approaching SOON! The stress of gift-giving is coming soon.  Christmas is not about how much money we spend or what we buy for the mailman, the garbage men, the lunch ladies, or every school teacher our children have ever had.  There is a lot of holiday stress associated with gift-giving.  Lutheran Family […]

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Fun, Appropriate Date Ideas!

Posted on August 29, 2016

Planning a Date?! If you have permission, here are some fun, appropriate date ideas you can use when you are planning a date. Remember, avoid activities where boundaries have potential to be crossed.  Public and group activities are great! Bike Ride Rollerblading Watch the Sunset Cook Dinner Make a DIY Project Hike Picnic Video Games […]

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Time…Quality over Quantity

Posted on April 6, 2016
by Nicole Kehoe, LISW

Quality family time.  This is a phrase I hear often, and it is frequently referred to as an area that is lacking in the average American family.  Many parents, including myself, sometimes confuse quantity of time with quality of time, and therefore become frustrated when there rarely seems to be enough of it to spend […]

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All About the “Woo” – Date Night on a Budget

Posted on February 10, 2016
by Karen Gotto, LMHC

One of the common practices I use when working with couples is to assign a date night.  My expectation is that it happens at least one time weekly and that each person takes turns planning the date.  Some common boundaries are that they treat it as if they weren’t married and they need to woo […]

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