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Why Retail Therapy Really Is Good For You

Dr. Johnson recently made a guest appearance on the local Channel 4 Morning News show, and spoke about why retail therapy really is good for you. Here are a few notes from that segment for you to enjoy: Why is shopping so enjoyable? Remember that saying, “When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping?” Turns out there’s some truth […]

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4 Fundamentals to Effective Co-Parenting After Divorce

  Dr. Tabitha Johnson was recently featured on WJXT Channel 4’s Morning Show. The video is available below, as well as additional tips and information. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Managing parenting with your ex-spouse can be a challenge. But researchers have discovered that there are positive benefits for children when both parents can play active role in their children’s day-to-day lives […]

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10 Inexpensive & Exciting Fall Date Ideas in Jacksonville

A Netflix movie and Chinese food…again? Let’s admit it, it’s easy to get in a rut with your date nights. Researchers have found that successful couples spend time each week having a date night (check out what else successful couples do). Now that fall is finally upon us, here are 10  exciting fall date night ideas for you to enjoy […]

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Why Putting Kids First Can Kill Your Marriage

As a married couple, no one is as important as your spouse. But in America, once children come on the scene, spouses are quickly replaced in the priority line by children. We press pause on our soul mate, and bump them down the priority list for the next 18 years. It’s of little surprise that empty nesters have one of the biggest divorce rates […]

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3 Simple Reasons Why Back to School is Good for Mom

I recently asked a friend of mine when her kids started back to school. Her eyes got wide, and she eagerly replied, “Six days from now!” As soon as she said it, there was an expression of guilt that wiped across her face. I could tell…she felt guilty to be excited that her kids were returning back to school and […]

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How to Get Back (or Keep) that Loving Feelin’

Have you settled into a boring routine in your sex life? Do you feel that your partner just doesn’t “get you” anymore? Has the daily “I love you” disappeared? You’ve lost that loving feeling, now it’s gone, gone, gone…but wait! Even if you’ve lost the feeling, you can get it back. Better yet, if you’ve still got it, kudos to you–and […]

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Five Hours to a Better Marriage

  It’s easy in life to get overwhelmed, overbooked, and overextended. In the midst of kids, career, extended family, never-ending laundry, bills, and mile-long to-do lists, it seems like there’s never enough time in the day to stop and just relax. If we’re not careful, it’s easy to put our marriage on autopilot, hoping that it will somehow manage to […]

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10 Questions to Instantly Improve Your Sex Life

Our culture is filled with images, TV shows, movies, songs, and other types of media that is hypersexual. We all know, sex sells. The media creates great sexual expectations—ones that inaccurately portray real life and real sex with real people within a real relationship. And although our culture is bombarded with sex and sexual images, most people aren’t having much sex. […]

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Does your Spouse Suffer from PTSD? Ways to Cope and Save your Marriage

My husband and I have become friends with our neighbors—the husband is a retired Navy Seal. The stories he can share are like something you’d see at the movies. Unfortunately, they are all too real. It amazes me that he can have such a great outlook on life, after facing so many disturbing events. As Veteran’s Day approaches and we […]

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Peaceful Politics in Marriage

Have you bought into the myth that couples must agree on everything? If you’ve been married for longer than, a week, you know that perfect agreement on all things, especially politics, isn’t realistic. Every couple has topics on which they just can’t see eye to eye. Perhaps you and your partner are on the same party lines, but disagree on […]

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