Our Faiths Differ, What About The Kids?

Day: December 17, 2016

Our Faiths Differ, What About The Kids?

Ideally, questions about different religions, especially in relation to child-rearing practices, are best settled before marriage. However, that assumes a perfect world. Even if a couple started out with the same or similar faiths or none at all, people change. For example, one spouse may not have been actively practicing for years, but now they […]

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Town Halls Revisited: Continuing the Conversation

“Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy, and natural valuing.” — Rollo May In working with hundreds of families over the years, we’ve frequently observed that there’s usually a communication breakdown long before the word “divorce” is even mentioned. Having serious conversations with your partner — whether they be about finances, sex, in-laws, […]

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10 Ways To Have More Fun With Your Kids

Think back: What are your best childhood memories? If you’re like most people, your answer probably includes hours spent having fun with your family. Maybe it was playing cards with your grandma, racing Matchbox cars with your brother, or playing tennis with your dad. Possibly, it was something as simple as going for a walk […]

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