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5 Ways To Make This Year Better Than Last Year

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor5 Ways To Make This Year Better Than Last Year

Whether you call it a resolution or goal, the New Year naturally sparks change in our lives. Some resolutions are too focused on a number (“lose X pounds!” “make $$$$!”), so remember: If you want to make a change, it’s as simple as forming a good habit and losing an old one.… Read the rest →

Simple Tips for Sticking to Your Goals This Year

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Simple Tips for Sticking to your Goals this year

By Leigh LaSota, MA Licensed Professional Counselor

It’s that time of year again.  Resolution time.  Some approach this with an excitement to clear the slate, start anew, and to create and commit to new personal goals.  Others may find themselves turned off, discouraged, or scoffing at the idea of “New Year’s Resolutions”, looking to the many resolutions that have gone undone, left unfinished, and not followed through, by themselves or by others. … Read the rest →

Self-Improvement: How to Set Realistic Goals

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It’s already April. So, how are your resolutions going? You may be sticking to them, or you may have already reverted to your 2016 ways. If you’re not happy with your efforts since the turn of the year, now is the perfect time to reflect, refine and return to your resolutions.… Read the rest →

5 Rules for Helping Your Kids Fight Fair

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It’s not a bad thing when your children fight. The conflict is an opportunity for them to learn how to resolve it. Without guidance, kids would be pretty darn terrible at conflict resolution. Thankfully, they have you to establish the rules.… Read the rest →

Money Matters: How to Manage Finances within Your Marriage

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Disagreement about how to handle finances is one of the main causes of conflict for married couples. Unsurprisingly, statistics show that it’s also one of the leading causes of divorce. While fundamental differences in how a couple handles their finances can create problems, the bigger issue seems to be that many couples aren’t willing to talk openly with one another about how to manage their money.… Read the rest →

Just a Facebook Message or Something More? Examining Online Infidelity

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iStock_000011126355LargeWith the rise of Internet access and social media, cheating has gone beyond the seedy motel to the growing trend of online infidelity. According to the American Psychological Association, Americans spend at least 13 hours a week online—as much time as they spend watching TV.… Read the rest →