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How to Quickly Reclaim Your Child-Centered Marriage

Lately, I’ve come to notice a pattern with couples who come into my office: one common theme I keep hearing is that one of the main reasons relationships are suffering is because they’ve evolved into child-centered marriages.  Clients share that they feel that since they’ve had children, they’ve become more and more emotionally disconnected from their spouse, until they feel […]

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How to Stop Being a Helicopter Parent

I have spent time as a high school PE teacher, athletic trainer, friend and now counselor to some of the most interesting adolescents on the planet. I am fascinated how our experiences as we grow and develop during childhood shape us, and particularly how parents actions and expectations have a tremendous influence on the outcome of children. As a society, we spend a lot […]

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