Family Survival Guide: Handling Tough Times

Some families I work with are going through some of the toughest challenges of their lives. In addition to having problems with their kids, many parents report financial difficulties and marital dissatisfaction. This trifecta of issues frequently results in intense

Fighting Winter Despair

Here we are in the post-holiday pall. While the holidays are difficult for those who have experienced a loss of any kind, they are stressful to some degree for all of us. We eat too much, drink too much, spend

Confirmation Bias Stirs Danger within Families

Why Confirmation Bias Can Damage Families And Finding Ways To Combat It A friend of mine remarked that he gets his news from only one network because “they report things that support what I believe.” Psychologists call this “confirmation bias,”

Raising Mentally and Emotionally Tough Kids

If you want your children to be successful, raise them to be emotionally and mentally tough. Tough people don’t get upset easily. They are resilient in the face of adversity. They are great problem solvers, focusing on ways to deal

Uncoupling and Divorce

What is Uncoupling and How Does It Relate To Or Not Relate To Divorce? A few years ago when Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced they were “consciously uncoupling”, many rolled their eyes at what felt like pretentious language. While

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