Adults

7 Low Cost Ideas to Keep Romance High | Valentines Day

Relationship experts tell us that finances are one of the main causes of conflict in a relationship and that a couple handles financial stressors better when they feel valued and connected to each other.  Romance is one of the best ways for a couple to build intimacy and develop feelings of value and connection.  In

Is Facecrack Making You Depressed? | 3 Tips For Coping with Facebook Depression

Do you spend hours of your day looking over the status updates of your Facebook friends?  How do you feel after reading these updates?  A recent study done by Jordan (2011) from the Stanford University in California shows that Facebook can make us feel sadder and lonelier.  Using college students in his research, Jordan could

By |February 9th, 2011|Adults, Blog, Depression, Updates|0 Comments

“Do as I Say Not As I Do” | 4 Tips to Raising Healthy Kids

“You let me stay up past my bedtime last night so why can’t I do it tonight?!” “It’s not fair! I just want 10 more minutes on the computer and you let Susie have more time so why can’t I have more time!”

Do you have children that drain the energy out of you? Do you

How to Get Your Husband to Marriage Counseling

Do you feel like it takes begging, pleading or even an ultimatum to get your husband to consider marriage counseling?   Try to understand from your husband’s point of view why he may be apprehensive about the whole counseling process.  This may help him to change his expectations about counseling.

Why he may not want to go to counseling?

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College, Self-Esteem, and Playboy! 3 Reasons Women Pose | Taylor Corley

“Philosophers ponder it and pornographers proffer it. Asked why people desire physical beauty, Aristotle said, “No one that is not blind could ask that question.” Beauty ensnares hearts, captures minds, and stirs up emotional wildfires. From Plato to pinups, images of human beauty have catered to a limitless desire to see and imagine an ideal

By |January 21st, 2011|Adults, Blog, Depression, Eating Disorders, Media, Sexual Abuse, Teens, Updates|0 Comments

7 Signs Sexual Abuse is Defining You

Elizabeth Smart was an innocent 14 year old girl who was kidnapped, raped, threatened, and abused for a period of 9 months before being returned home to her loving family.  Recently, we all watched in admiration as Elizabeth, now a beautiful and confident young woman, testified about her traumatic ordeal at the trial of her