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2 September 2015
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Counseling
Family
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Vacation or Stresscation!!!

Many families travel during the summer. The kids are out of school and it makes travel easier. Planning the right vacation for you family can sometimes be stressful. Especially when no one really wants to take the same type of vacation.  For example, my family recently took a summer vacation.  My idea of a fun […]


11 August 2015
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Relationships
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Perspective

A few months back I remember reading an article about this dress that was causing mass hysteria over its color.  Some individuals saw the blue and black.  Others saw gold and white.  How is this dress (which happens to be one and the same) have two different sets of colors?  Personally, I saw the blue […]


10 August 2015
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Relationships
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Two Ears, One Mouth

I have had the privilege to attend a Bible Conference for the last month called Journey to Joy.  The Pastor remarked that in God’s infinite wisdom He gave all of us two ears and one mouth.  However, we tend to use our mouths to be understood instead of our ears to gain understanding.  Imagine how […]


6 August 2015
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Self Improvement
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We The People or Some of The People!!!

The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution reads “We the people in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America”….it does not read “some of […]


5 August 2015
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Sex
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Consensual Sex

Let’s talk about sex. According to Merriam-Webster, sex is defined as a physical activity in which people touch each other’s bodies, kiss each other, etc. : physical activity that is related to and often includes sexual intercourse (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sex). Sex falls on a spectrum that ranges from intimacy: the act between two committed and consensual individuals, […]


4 August 2015
Category:
Divorce
Marriage
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50/50: Divorce Is Rising

The divorce rate in America is extremely high. It is at 50%. That means that every couple that gets married has a 50/50 chance that they will not make. We all know that anytime something has 50/50 odds… it is a big gamble. No wonder many people or opting to get married later in life […]


13 July 2015
Category:
Marriage
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“I Do” but Would You Do it Again???

My husband and I have been a couple for over 20 years. This month we will celebrate our 19th wedding anniversary. 19….yikes!!!! How could this be possible when I’m only 25 years old? We have family members as well as friends who ask…How do you manage marriage for so many years and you guys continue […]


13 July 2015
Category:
Marriage
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Do Not Go to Bed Angry

Conflicts are a healthy part of marriage if handled correctly. We should not bottle up our anger, but openly discuss the problems in our marriages. In marriage we have to give each other the right to complain. Do not go to bed in anger because this is when the enemy will come in and bring […]

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