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Three Keys to connecting in marriage

Do you remember a TV show called “The Love Connection”? It was a matchmaking show in which contestants would go on dates to determine whether they were compatible. When you’re dating, it’s not hard to find a connection with someone. Maybe you both love Mexican food,...

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What kind of counselor do you need?

Today, there are more kinds of counselors and therapists than ever. If you’re seeking someone to help you understand and work through life’s challenges, it can be hard to know which way to turn. You’ll find psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, life coaches,...

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Let’s remember MLK by living purposefully

As we approach the annual observance of the holiday honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we’re seeing the usual news stories and documentaries about civil rights and racial reconciliation, and hearing many people allude to the dream Dr. King...

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Why your business needs a mental health partner

Companies like yours depend upon many partners to help you be the best at serving your mission. While you have expertise in your field, there are times when you reach out to other businesses for specialized services and knowledge. For example, if you encounter a tax...

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Becoming happy and whole using these three steps

Have you dreamed of becoming healthy and whole? Have you grown weary of the bad habits that keep getting in your way, or are you just trying to forge a new path in life? Whether you’re trying to get in shape, change your attitude, or move forward to overcome...

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Getting Unstuck: How do I know if I need counseling?

Few people have an instant realization that they would benefit from sitting down with a counselor or therapist. Most of the people we help go back and forth for a long time before picking up the phone to make an initial appointment. If you’re going back and forth,...

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Just “go with the flow”

I had no idea what was about to happen when I wrote my word for 2020. The word was "flow," as in "go with the flow." Who would have known? It has been a year of heartbreak and exhaustion, a year of reflection and growth and a year of learning and unlearning and...

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Giving the best gift for Christmas – part 2

This week I want to share about the gift of forgiveness. Now, before you step off this blog because you were hoping this link led you to the newest tech gadget or stocking stuffer, hear me out. Forgiveness is one of the greatest gifts you can give to yourself and...

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The best gifts of Christmas – part 1

A lot has been written in recent years about the power of repetition. Some claim that that the key to mastery of any skill is to practice it for 10,000 hours! Or perhaps you’re a sports fan who has heard how NBA legend Michael Jordan shot hundreds of free throws in...

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Thriving through the holidays using these practical steps

“Have a holly jolly Christmas” triggers memories of the Rudolph TV show, and it’s a nice wish for a bright, enjoyable holiday season. But for all the holly and all the jolly associated with Christmas, it’s a stressful time for many families, especially during one of...

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