Family as Therapy: How Aging Siblings Can Be a Great Source of Comfort for Seniors

When we’re young, we tend to take our siblings for granted. Sometimes we have fun with them. At other times, we’re pulling each other’s hair and arguing over the last cookie. We share most of life’s big and small...

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When You Lose an Unborn Child—How Can You Cope with Your Emotions?

From a statistical standpoint, a miscarriage is not all that abnormal. But who wants to hear about statistics and medical jargon when you are experiencing a major loss?  No matter how common losing a baby during pregnancy might be, it...

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Dealing With A Passive-Aggressive Partner? 6 Sanity-Saving Tips

Passive-aggressive people can be emotionally tricky. They are generally indirect when it comes to anger. Therefore, attempts to deal with them during conflict can leave you feeling insecure, frustrated, or even dismissed by their subtle instigation or avoidance.  So, what...

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6 Tips & Ideas for Dealing with Sibling Rivalry

If you’re the parent of more than one child, you’re probably used to dealing with sibling rivalry. But sometimes, it can be challenging to understand how to discipline your children and teach them to cooperate without being too hard...

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How to Financially Recover from the Holidays [and Why You Should]

The holidays are officially behind us. While they might have been different this year, one thing seems to remain the same around this season; spending a lot of money! Between presents for friends and family, decorations, food, events, and everything...

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College and Beyond: How Parents Can Support Their Children

When your teenager graduates from high school, it can be overwhelming for them and you to start thinking about their next step. For many recent graduates, the natural next step includes going to college, which typically means partaking in a...

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5 Ways to Cope with Upcoming Holidays and Find Joy

The holidays are right around the corner. While they might look a bit different this year, people will undoubtedly still find ways to celebrate. For some, the holidays are already a stressful time. Add in the uncertainty of this year,...

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ADHD or Anxiety? Parents, Why It’s Vital to Get an Accurate Diagnosis

Most people think they know the primary symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and anxiety — but the two conditions are very different. When it comes to the signs, strangely enough, they can sometimes look the same. As a parent, though,...

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