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November 6, 2016

Healthy Friendships Among Seniors

Healthy friendships are important at every stage in life, but particularly as we age!   Seniors who continue to maintain close friendships: Have longer, more stable […]
October 28, 2016

Getting Through the Winter: Seasonal Affective Disorder–Part 2

Megan Demianiuk, LMFT As we discussed in last month’s blog, it’s easy to let the “winter blues” get the best of you and make you feel cranky, […]
October 4, 2016

Ready, Set, Wait…

Anita Smith In April 2015, a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake shook the country of Nepal, killing over 8,000 and injuring over 21,000. Hundreds of thousands lost their […]
September 26, 2016

Getting Our Children (and Ourselves) Through Winter Boredom–Part 1

Megan Demianiuk, LMFT Feeling cooped up? Do the winter chills, sniffles, sneezes, and scratchy throats have you feeling down and maybe a little irritable? Well, if you’re […]
September 3, 2016

Why I’m Not Setting New Year’s Resolutions

Jessica Landini It’s that time of year again, folks—the ringing in of the New Year! For many people, the New Year marks a time for a […]
June 29, 2016

What Am I Really Craving?

Jessica Landini When we think about “being in relationship” with someone or something, we often think about 1) What we are contributing to the relationship and […]
June 25, 2016

Creating Contentment

Sheryl Crowling 1 Timothy 6:6-8: Godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, and we can take nothing out of it. But […]
June 4, 2016

Where is God in Our World Today?

James Mattek “It’s a scary world out there.” I’ve heard comments like this repeatedly since the Paris terrorist attacks and the other recent terrorist attacks worldwide. […]
April 24, 2016

Delight in the Midst of Overwhelm

Jessica Landini Lately, this verse has been ever-present in my mind: “Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart.” […]
March 26, 2016

Not Your Ordinary Vocabulary Lesson

Jessica Landini Does this sound familiar? “I only exercised twice this week.” “I cleaned only half of the apartment.” “I didn’t do the other section of […]
March 3, 2016

Let Us Put on the Lens of Gratitude!

Jessica Landini As the school year has shifted into full swing and the hustle and bustle in our lives only increases, it is easy to lose […]
January 24, 2016

Summertime Blues?

Jeremy Long Summer is here! School is over, and the kids are home. Let that last part sink in: the kids are home. Children are a tremendous blessing […]
January 4, 2016

PTSD: Helping Veterans & Their Families

The 2014 movie American Sniper told the story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle—and brought post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) into the national spotlight. Soldier’s heart. Shell shock. Combat fatigue. Beginning […]
December 7, 2015

Child Sexual Abuse: Help & Healing for Adult Survivors

John D. Schuetze Lorraine* had suffered in silence for decades. Finally she found the courage to tell someone. She confided to her counselor that when she […]
October 5, 2015

Spring Cleaning

Jodie Martens Spring: The word brings many things to mind for most of us. As far off as it has seemed during this long, frigid, polar […]
September 23, 2015

‘Tis the Season…for Video Games

Brandon Hayes ’Tis the season…for the release of the latest and greatest video games for Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo. There is little doubt that video games […]
September 8, 2015

Tips to Cope with Homesickness

Anita Smith, LPCC As a college student, it is normal to be homesick! The adjustment and transition to college is both exciting and anxiety provoking. Homesickness […]
August 27, 2015

Parenting Your College Student

Anita Smith You have been a good parent. Sure, you have made some mistakes, but you did your best, and now your son or daughter is […]

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