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The Big DON’T of the Holiday Season

One of the things that I see single parents and stepfamilies (and other families) do at the holiday times is stress about how much they can spend on the kids. Worse, they feel soooo bad about not having enough money to buy all the things their kids want. In order to...

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Enjoying Your Thanksgiving is Possible

Enjoying Your Thanksgiving is Possible

Holidays tend to bring out more emotions and feelings than we anticipate. I remember my first Thanksgiving as a separated, (almost divorced) single parent. I was sad, relieved and feeling uncertain about many things, all at the same time. My children were 2-years-old...

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Making Your Marriage Work: Part 2

Every couple starts with a story. A tale of how they met, what they felt, why they drew near to one another. It describes moments like: Sharing that first cup of coffeeThe time he first brought her flowersThat first time they went to a movie and forgot about the...

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Making Your Marriage Work

Emotionally intelligent couples are intimately familiar with each other’s world. Each partner knows so much about the other: All the relevant information about their partner’s lifeMajor events in their historyHow they feel about their boss, their coworkers and their...

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