Words Will Never Hurt You? Understanding the Signs of Emotional Abuse

Posted on: 5 May 2016

Creating a bond with another person and beginning a relationship together can be wonderful. Unfortunately, a relationship does not always end up as the fairy tale you thought it would be. An estimated 35 percent of married women or women in a common-law relationship have experienced emotional abuse.  Since emotionally abusive relationships do not leave physical scars, cuts, or bruises, most women do not realize they are being abused. Using this guide, you will understand the signs of an emotionally abusive relationship and learn the best option for finding help.
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Tips To Help You Resolve Differences In Parenting Styles With Your Spouse

Posted on: 2 May 2016

Having children is a great part of life for many married couples, but adding kids to your family can also create more work, stress, and issues in your marriage. One problem some couples have relates to the differences in their parenting styles. If you and your spouse are arguing and fighting over how to raise your children, you may want to seek help from a professional. Finding common ground and uniting in the ways you choose to raise your children will help your marriage stay stronger and could have a better impact on your children.
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Addiction Facts You Should Know to Help Your Loved One Recover

Posted on: 27 April 2016

Addiction is one of those things that can be difficult to understand if you've never experienced it firsthand. It's difficult to explain the chemical responses of the brain and how those responses can have an overwhelming effect on an addict's decision-making process. Those struggling with addiction face a lot of misconceptions due to this lack of understanding. If you have a loved one who is struggling with addiction, don't let those misconceptions lead to mistakes that you might regret later.
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How A Marriage Counselor Can Save Your Finances And Your Relationship

Posted on: 21 July 2015

Whether you're getting married or you're currently married, there are some conversations that are unavoidable. Money issues will come up again and again in your lifetime. They have a big impact on how well your relationship progresses. If you're concerned about tackling this aspect of married life with your partner, you might want to consider employing a marriage counselor or financial coach to help you get on your feet. If you're relationship seems to be crumbling around you, this is another time to get guidance from a counselor.
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