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“I think we should break-up…”

Posted on July 13, 2016
by Audrey Winterhof

No matter what the reasons are, a break-up can be tough – if you still want to be in the relationship and/or if you are the one choosing to end the relationship.  Here are a few things to keep in mind if you find yourself at the end of a relationship. The end could be the […]

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Couples and Money

Posted on June 24, 2016
by Gerry Bruhn, LISW

Finances appears to be one of those hot button issues for most couples, particularly for couples just about to enter into marriage. It seems you can depend on the fact that the two will have very different notions of how the finances should work in their new household. You may even find yourselves avoiding this […]

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Is this Abuse??

Posted on June 17, 2016
by Audrey Winterhof

At times it can be pretty clear when you are in an abusive relationship.  But there are also times when it can very difficult to tell. An abusive relationship is not a healthy relationship.  Ask yourself the following questions to help you determine if you are in a healthy relationship or not.  If you can […]

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Problem Solving in Relationships

Posted on May 6, 2016
by Dorothy Westin, LISW

Problem solving in a relationship can be simple, but not easy.  It takes a lot of hard work from both individuals in the relationship and the know-how to tackle these three steps together.

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Marriage Matters for PHYSICAL HEALTH AND LONGEVITY

Posted on April 27, 2016
by Rev. Michael Wolfram

I have to admit that this finding surprised me. We all hear that diet and exercise are beneficial to physical health and life longevity…but marriage benefits these things too?? Yes, this is what the Center on Marriage and Families at the Institute for American Values found.  These are some of their findings: Children who live […]

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Me first…Then I’ll add you.

Posted on April 18, 2016
by Audrey Winterhof

Focus your attention on the zebras in the picture above. There are no 2 zebras that have identical stripes. There are also no 2 humans that are exactly alike. It’s important that you learn all about your own stripes before trying to learn about a date’s stripes.  It takes time but it is easier if […]

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Connecting With Your Children

Posted on March 7, 2016
by Cassie Beltz, LMHC

Most parents want a strong relationship with their children so that when the difficulties of life happen, parents are able to help their children as best as possible.

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