Posts Tagged "family counseling"

Living Life in Community

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Relationships, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Living Life in Community

The other day I posted this quote from Albert Einstein on our Facebook page “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” Who knew Albert Einstein was also so emotionally intelligent? You see, I agree with this quote…we are made to live with and for others! The problem is our society tells us otherwise. Our society tries to convenience us of one of two lies. The first lie is that we already to have a strong support system. We are so easily “connected” to the world around us that it creates a false sense of community. We can share our joys,...

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Back to School Tips

Posted by on Aug 19, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Parenting, Relationships | 0 comments

Back to School Tips

Back-to-school season is often met with intense emotions by both the parents and the kids.  Excitement over buying new school supplies and finding out classroom assignments… And maybe anxiety (or relief!) about having your kids away from home all day!  If your child has a learning disability or behavior issues, you might be especially concerned about getting the school year off to a good start.  Here are some suggestions:   Communicate Early and Often.  Don’t wait for a problem to arise before you contact your child’s teacher or counselor.  Build a relationship with the school...

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Crazy Family

Posted by on Dec 18, 2013 in Blog, Relationships | 0 comments

Crazy Family

We all have them….crazy family members! There is at least one in every family and somehow they see unavoidable during the holidays. The crazy uncle who gets uncomfortably close, the grandpa whose filer quit working years ago and now offends everyone he comes in contact with, the cousin looking for a hand out, the sister who enjoys her eggnog a little too much. Whatever the scenario you all know what I am talking about and holiday parties seem to bring us in contact with these crazy family members more than usual. Even if your family is saner than most there is always additional stress...

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