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22 November 2012
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Thanksgiving Wisdom for Couples

A repost of great wisdom from TreyMorgan.net. Keeping things or hiding things from your spouse is a sign of problems in a marriage. A healthy marriage is one that is built on total openness and honesty. When it comes to secrets in marriage, there should be none. Here’s a test with some tough questions: Do […]


19 November 2012
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Working Together

This blog post is a contribution from our intern Michelle Ezell, one of our Master’s Level interns.  One of my missions in training my interns is that they learn how to run a successful private practice when they leave me.  Or be trained well enough to partner with me! Many would consider domestic responsibility to […]


1 November 2012
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Marriage
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Mission Marriage – TD Jakes

I’ve been listening to things that will encourage me and others in marriage.  Ran across Mission Marriage on DayStar television.  There are several guest ministers along with the Lambs who host it.  I’m listening to the TD Jakes part.  His discussion is about being submitted to the concept of committing to the “we”, not the […]


22 October 2012
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Power of the Tongue

This blog post is a contribution from our intern Michelle Ezell, one of our Master’s Level interns.  One of my missions in training my interns is that they learn how to run a successful private practice when they leave me.  Or be trained well enough to partner with me! Communication is a tool used to […]


19 October 2012
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Minority Behavioral Health Provider Networking Group

I’ve started a Meetup with Family First Counseling http://meetu.ps/nkMGH


19 October 2012
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Marriage Communication Guideline #10

Try to understand your spouse’s opinion.  Appreciate each other’s differences.  Be concerned about each other’s needs and interests.


18 October 2012
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Marriage Communication Guideline #9

Do not blame or criticize your spouse, restore them, encourage them.  If someone verbally attacks, criticizes or blames you, don’t respond the same way.


17 October 2012
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Marriage Communication Guideline #8

Avoid nagging or withdrawing.

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