By: Terry Blanton MSW, LCSW The country is facing economic issues, and you may feel the pain as the cost of food, gas, housing, and everything else increases in price. While your income has stayed the same and your needs have increased, you may feel financially pinched. So, what can you do?
I’m Glad You’re Mine
By: Jami McDermott Valentine’s Day is here, and the stores are filled with heart-shaped candy boxes, roses, and cute little stuffed animals all dressed in bright red and pink, stamped with cute little comments to tell you that someone loves you and thinks you are special. Expectations and emotions are stirred as you are inundatedRead More
Developing Attachment With Your Baby During Pregnancy
20 Free Date Night Ideas to Do with Your Significant Other
By Taylor Packard, MA, PLPC Counselor Finding intentional time for each other with the business of life and if you’re in the parenting season can be difficult. Date nights don’t have to be expensive or extravagant to make memories and build a stronger connection. It is important to fill your relationship up, so you canRead More
Stream Into Positivity Through Music
Teen To Teen is a series of blogs written by teen authors for teens on topics that matter most to them. Please Note: “Teen to Teen” should be considered peer-to-peer advice and support. It is not given in place of professional consult or care. Music is a language anyone can understand: It speaks to ourRead More
Surrounding Yourself With a Support System
By: Elise Newman Teen To Teen is a series of blogs written by teen authors for teens on topics that matter most to them. Please Note: “Teen to Teen” should be considered peer-to-peer advice and support. It is not given in place of professional consult or care. I’ve been pretty stressed out lately. I usuallyRead More
Take a “Parent Break”: Refresh YOU!
By: Tavana Darris Dear friend, This may be hard to imagine, but sometimes you do need time off from parenting. Don’t let anyone make you feel bad about this time. Your feelings are valid. Yes, parenting is essential, honorable, and rewarding, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take a break to help you reset. MentalRead More
Professional Counseling? Yeah, We Do That!
By: Jennifer Burch, M.Ed, PLPC With the power of social media, the word has spread that many Americans have sought help for various mental illnesses. Celebrities have spoken out, and the month of May is dedicated to the awareness; TikTok has its own #TherapyTok, all with the message that therapy can be so helpful. PeopleRead More
Empowering The Fathers In Your Life
By: Jami McDermott All fathers are important and influence a child’s life. There are varying reasons why men either become active participants in their children’s life or do not. When the choice is to embrace the parenting role, either alone or with the mother, the dynamics of the relationship between father and child become integralRead More
Money Hacks For The Now: Saving In The Present Season
Whether you’re a student or a young parent, saving money at a young age can be challenging, especially in an economy with rising prices and inflation. Up Next: 5 Life Lessons Every Woman Should Learn By 25 With the right tools and resources, saving money can be done! Here are a few tips and tricksRead More
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