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How to Survive the Summer Slump Relationships Face

If you had been looking forward to a steamy summer with your significant other, only to find that one of you is more interested in seeking greener pastures, you’re not alone. According to a Facebook data study, the worst time for relationships is May through August of each year. So why do couples fight more […]

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What Types of Problems Can Counseling Help With?

There are many misconceptions about counseling out there. Two of the biggest ones are that it only helps with one aspect of life or that an individual’s problems can’t be solved by talking to a licensed professional. Those statements are blatantly false. Are you wondering, “How can counseling help me?” This post will cover everything […]

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The Link Between COVID-19 and Marital Stress

If your marriage has been struggling—especially since March 2020—you’re not alone. The coronavirus pandemic has put major strains on relationships of all types, including marriages. Between lost income, uncertain health issues, illness, death, isolation and lockdowns, the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for many couples. Read on to learn more about the link between COVID-19 […]

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The Dangers of Self-Diagnosis

How many times have you heard someone say, “I’m so OCD,” when they really mean they’re picky about something? Self-diagnosing mental health conditions might be tempting, especially when used as a shortcut for behavioral quirks—but it can also do far more harm than good. There’s no substitute for time with a qualified doctor and mental […]

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