Starting Over: New Careers, New Pursuits Later In Life

In my line of work, I encounter people who are in transition. Divorce often means change not only in marital status, but in friendships, parenting, and work and careers. I

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Family Time: A Hike Close to Home

As the weather becomes more and more spring-like, it is once again time to enjoy the outdoors. Spending a day outdoors is an inexpensive way to spend quality family time.

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Yours, Mine, and Ours: How Millennial Couples are Managing Finances

More than half of married millennials are choosing to manage their finances separately. Couples may choose to do this for a variety of reasons and may implement separate finances in

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As Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, a new report highlights several challenges faced by victims and families touched by violence. The report indicates that although the rate

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Focus on Family Dynamics: My In-Laws are Suffocating Me!

Very often family conflict begins with something small, or a small behavior that persists over time. Even very kind and generous behaviors can be annoying if they are unwanted gestures.

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The Mystery of Marriage

On the night after they got married, Kerry Egan found out her husband and the men in the bridal party were arrested for their conduct at the bachelor party. Initially,

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Preparing for Peaceful Holidays this November

In a poignant essay about her thoughts on splitting time with her mother and father, Elizabeth Perez describes the anxiety she feels as an adult trying to make Thanksgiving plans.

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