Divorce: Summer Holidays for Those Newly Divorced

The Struggle Of Divorce During the Summer Holidays – How To Juggle The Roles And Responsibilities In Your Life Memorial Day, Labor Day and 4th of July are holidays that celebrate different aspects of American culture. Memorial Day honors those

Regrets

Should We Try To Avoid Regret? How Accepting Some Sense Of Regret Will Be A Part Of Every Decision We Will Make A few months ago when I read the novel The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd, I

Narcissism: Is it all about you?

Rates of Narcissism Increasing With College Kids and Children I grew up during a time when my generation was encouraged to “do your own thing.” I wonder if we’ve taken that advice to the extreme. Lots of different trends support

3 Ways to Save a Bad Marriage

You got married hoping for a soul mate, but ended up in a relationship that feels like a roommate. You know that marriages are never perfect. You expect occasional disagreements and a certain boredom that comes after a while from

5 Steps Toward Connecting with your Kids

Why should I rush home to have dinner with my kids when my efforts to talk with them are met with silence and indifference that borders on contempt?,” asked a dad at a recent workshop. Many parents voiced similar concerns

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