The Importance of Vulnerability in a Relationship

  • By Kaitlyn Farrell
  • 21 Mar, 2018
You may have experienced the sensation of withholding information or feelings from your partner, whether consciously or subconsciously. “Bringing this up will only cause an argument”, you may think. “We’ve talked about this before and nothing good came of it.” Or perhaps “if I...
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Mindfulness: Nonjudgment

  • By Holly Lapka
  • 14 Mar, 2018
For me, one of the hardest aspects of mindfulness is nonjudgment. The idea of not judging myself or evaluating the moment as good or bad was a new concept for me. So much so, that most of the time I wasn’t even aware I...
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Making Up is Hard To Do: The Personal Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 07 Mar, 2018
Have you ever known someone who stated, “I hate conflict”? I have known a person or two that said this, some of whom went to great lengths to avoid conflict even when it meant not getting what they needed (and in my opinion deserved)...
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Making Up is Hard To Do: The Practical Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 01 Mar, 2018
If you are as old as me, perhaps you remember the song, “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do”? Breaking up is hard to do, but so is making up. I am not talking about the positive warm feelings that often flow after you make...
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More Than One Type of Romance

  • By Kaitlyn Farrell
  • 22 Feb, 2018
Romance is a feeling of excitement, mystery, or appreciation associated with love or desire. When we think of romance we may already have a picture-perfect idea of what we would find most enjoyable. It is easy to think that our preference for romance surely...
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How to be present

  • By Holly Lapka
  • 14 Feb, 2018
Mindfulness is one of those mental health buzz words people like to throw around without a lot of attention to what it is or how to practice it.
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