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Reaching the Top

By |March 24th, 2011|


Pam and Jason* have been struggling for a long time in their marriage for a variety of reasons. They spent hours and hours in counseling trying to figure out a way to make it work. Recently they decided they were no […]

Assuming the Worst (Red Flags- Part 3 of 4)

By |June 18th, 2010|

As a kid, I used to love reading stories about detectives who made a living saving the day or solving a crime by noticing the smallest little clue or detail that others had overlooked. These pieces to the puzzle gave the brilliant investigators insight and perspective on “what really happened” in the case.

While these […]

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Good Anger

By |June 4th, 2010|

Anger is often viewed negatively, but truly it’s not anger that’s bad, it’s the way we sometimes respond to anger that can be detrimental. It’s like a fever. People view it as bad but it’s actually good because it means your body is fighting an infection. The symptoms […]

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Speeding through Marriage (Red Flags-Part 2 of 4)

By |May 19th, 2010|

The clock indicates that you have five minutes until your appointment time. Yet the mileage left to drive there will take longer than that at the speed you are currently driving. Instinctively your foot presses down harder on the gas pedal. You feel like you’re gaining ground. Relaxing […]

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Stay Married For Life

By |March 24th, 2010|

A little over two years ago, we launched a campaign at Winning At Home called Stay Married For Life. Since that time our mission has not wavered. Our focus continues to be encouraging people to publicly commit to stay married for life. Since 2007, over 40,000 […]

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A Distorted View of Marriage

By |February 5th, 2010|

The pornography business has grown to a $13 billion a year industry. An estimated count is that 60% of all websites are pornographic. generic cialis Pornography has a pervasive presence in the world and there seems to be no stopping it.

Pornography is lethal to marriages. Men or women who indulge in it, have […]

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Mooning Over the Wrong Man

By |December 31st, 2009|

I think reading is a great recreational activity. Fiction books are a wonderful way to engage the imagination and non-fiction books are a conduit for gathering information and learning. I’m a big proponent of reading and as a counselor, I do my fair share of it.

I can’t say I read romantic novels and apparently […]

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Forgiveness – It’s Not a Numbers Game

By |December 4th, 2009|

I am blessed to be married to my wife. Among her many talents and gifts, she has a great financial mind. That equates to peace of mind for me as she does our personal finances. She is wise with budgets and numbers and has done accounting for various organizations at different times in her […]

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Safe and Sound

By |November 18th, 2009|

Shh… there it is again— leaves crackling, twigs snapping, and the sound of footsteps.  As your eyes frantically scan the opening in the brush for movement, you can physically feel each beat of your heart thumping in your chest.  It’s him.  The big one you’ve only […]

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Pushing Through the Tough Times

By |October 16th, 2009|

            I have recently been looking at statistics and thinking a lot about the time in a marriage when most divorces occur. It is usually young couples and couples with young children who fall into this vast divorce hole. It seems to me that we can point out some […]

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