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Relationships; Repair or Run? Corynn’s Top 5!

Repair or Run, relationship counseling

Repair or Run; Relationship Checklist  Whether married, dating, in a long or short term relationship, despite our most valiant efforts, sometimes our love becomes disharmonious, with that being said, each person we date or meet doesn’t have the personal and

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The Valentine’s Day Love Manual For Singles, Married, and Those Who Never Want to Date Anyone Ever.

  The Valentine’s Day Love Manual For Singles, Married, and Those Who Never Want to Date Anyone Ever We develop patience because we come to understand demandingness, we best learn to love by having our hearts broken, when our dignity

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Love, Aspires, Inspires, A Verb from the Muses

Love, Aspires, Inspires, A Verb from the Muses There are relationships, there are couples, marriages in fact which succeed in months, years, decades even in commitment and in monogamy without living in love. Let us not confuse the fact that because

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6 Tips for Harmonious Co-Parenting, Children of Divorce

Co-parenting, Children of DIvorce

 6 Tips for Harmonious Co-Parenting, Children of Divorce As they say, parenting is the hardest thing one may ever have to do, this statement becomes two fold when parenting as a single parent. According to The American Psychological Association, being

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Pop, Rock, Loving Boundlessly, “Latching onto Love”

Repair or Run, relationship counseling

Pop, Rock, Loving Boundlessly, “Latching onto Love” These thoughts are inspired by recently listening to the popular song titled, “Latch,” a song that many of you might be familiar with, read closely, the lyrics go as follows;   You lift

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A New Year; A Blank Canvas

A New Year and A Blank Canvas The infamous ball is approaching its apex, soon the confetti shall spill to the ground, the party music will envelops the night air, albeit briefly as the quiet is coming. Soon, our little

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Serenaded by Fire; Dancing with Anger- A Psychotherapist’s musings…

As written by us and featured in Elephant Journal http://www.elephantjournal.com/2014/09/serenaded-by-fire-dancing-with-anger-a-psychotherapists-musings-stephanie-mccracken/ Experiencing and acting upon anger, despite its steeping potentials, is often shrouded in uncertainty and even guilt or shame, causing many people to attempt its subterranean burial. Due to cultural

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“How to work Through Guilt, a Psychotherapists Musings”

Written by us and as featured in Elephant Journal http://www.elephantjournal.com/2014/09/how-to-work-through-guilt-a-psychotherapists-musings-stephanie-mccracken/ Guilt. Certainly we all know that haunting sensation. Even the most conscientious and heroic among us will experience guilt from time to time. Those living a socially mindful life often can’t

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Intimacy; The Art of Distance- Musings from a Psychotherapist on Couples Counseling

in·ti·ma·cy /ˈɪntəməsi/ Show Spelled [in-tuh-muh-see] noun, plural in·ti·ma·cies. 1. The state of being intimate. 2. A close, familiar, and usually affectionate or loving relationship with another person or group. 3. A close association with or detailed knowledge or deep understanding

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Loving a Consciousness Demanding Woman-Thoughts about Couples and Therapy

  Consciousness what? Scratching your head in preponderance of this striking terminology or perhaps you are yourself a woman considering the appropriateness of such a label for your very self? Has the world sometimes labeled you a tough cookie, or

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