• Never Unfriended
    On Fear and Friendship

    Excerpt from Never Unfriended By Lisa-Jo Baker – The thing about fear is how claustrophobic it is. On days when I feel fear pressing in, everything about my life shrinks. While joy makes me want to throw...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Differentiation: Help for Building Functional Relationships

    Hearing the word relationship, most of us think family, loved one, friend. And if we have healthy relationships with those folks, we get a warm fuzzy feeling. We know there is warmth and support behind us as...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Bipolar Relationships: Are They Possible?

    By Katie Brind’Amour – Here’s the good news: yes, it is possible to be in a solid, healthy, and loving relationship in which one of the members suffers from bipolar disorder. The bad news? It’s not easy....

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Babies in a Stepfamily

    By Laura Petherbridge – “Is this how you felt when Colin and Erin were born?” I softly asked Steve, my husband. “Yes.” He replied. “And when the grandchildren begin to arrive it is one more reminder of...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • Heart of Love, Life of Joy

    6 areas of your life where you can let love in By Carrie Saba – Are you living with love in your heart or holding on to guilt, anger and resentment? Are you suffocating the love your heart wants and needs to...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • 12 Ways to Be a Family Caregiver’s Best Friend

    Supporting Baby Boomers Who Care for Aging Parents By Deborah Cauz, Submitted by http://www.boomertoboomeronline.ca/ – Being a family caregiver, caring for an aging parent, is a tough assignment. It is one that many baby boomers are just...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • The Trust Factor

    By Beverly Lewis – When was the last time you heard the shattering of glass and the scraping of metal? I’m not talking about an auto accident; I’m talking about shards of glass on the inside when...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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