Why Your Teen Won't Talk About Mental Health Struggles

    Why Your Teen Won’t Talk About Mental Health Struggles

    Anxiety and depression are on the rise in young people today, and suicide is now the  of teen death. Despite these facts, parents often assume their kids are doing just fine, especially if they don’t show obvious signs of ...
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    Leaving a Legacy: Your Life Story

    Leaving a Legacy: Your Life Story

    When a parent passes away, adult children are left with an extensive to-do list to close out the estate. It’s a difficult time—a blend of grieving, paperwork, phone calls, taxes and other chores. But there is ...
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    The Myth of the SuperMom: Moms Need “Guilt Free” Time to Rest!

    The Myth of the SuperMom: Moms Need “Guilt Free” Time to Rest!

    With millions of moms doing everything from working on their careers to taking care of their homes, to managing countless hours of caregiving for their families and kids – it’s no wonder that many of them ...
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    Your End of Life Matters: How to Talk with Family and Friends

    Your End of Life Matters: How to Talk with Family and Friends

    The topic of death and dying has gripped the publishing world for the past several years. End-of-life decisions, once a taboo subject, are now discussed by groups of strangers at “death cafés.” People around the country ...
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    Grief is a Journey, Not a Pitstop

    Grief is a Journey, Not a Pitstop

    Grief. It’s not a topic most people like to talk about or know how to experience themselves. If you have experienced grief – the profound loss of a loved one, the living grief of divorce, or living with a terminal ...
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    Why Being a ‘Bad Mom’ May Make You a Better Parent

    Why Being a ‘Bad Mom’ May Make You a Better Parent

    Heather Nichols has worked with people her whole life. With a degree in Human Environmental Relations, a master’s degree in social work, and 13 years’ experience as a body centered psychotherapist, she had a wealth of ...
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    Are You a Childcare Provider? Why You Should Do CPR & First Aid Training

    Are You a Childcare Provider? Why You Should Do CPR & First Aid Training

    Knowing how to care for the children if you work with them or if you have them at home is one of the essential things. Children are always prone to injuries that need attention. All the ...
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    10 Do's & Dont's of Caring for The Elderly

    10 Do’s & Dont’s of Caring for The Elderly

    If you’ve ever cared for an elderly loved one you know how challenging it can be. The fact is it’s difficult to watch someone close to you struggle mentally and physically, and being there for them ...
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    A Bad Husband But a Good Father: 3 Tips for Peaceful Co-Parenting

    A Bad Husband But a Good Father: 3 Tips for Peaceful Co-Parenting

    I had been divorced for a couple years when my former husband called with a surprise. Thankfully, it wasn’t the type of surprise he delivered the night he sat me at the table and told me ...
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    How to Have “The Talk” with Your Aging Parents

    How to Have “The Talk” with Your Aging Parents

    More than , and . Aging in place has psychological benefits for seniors because it allows them to remain socially active in their communities and maintain established relationships. It also saves on finances, as . But as time takes ...
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    Writing Memories for Your Family & Yourself

    Writing Memories for Your Family & Yourself

    Ever since the invention of the camera, photographs have been the primary medium used to preserve memories of everything from new babies and birthday parties to holidays, weddings and family vacations. But non-visual memories typically are ...
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    Can You Find Family Information You Need in A Emergency?

    Can You Find Family Information You Need in A Emergency?

    Will you have the responsibility of a parent or for anyone who is the financial or household manager of a relationship? If so, will that information be passed on when it’s needed? A good friend of mine knew ...
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