Category Archives: Relationships

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When it comes to deciding on a retirement community it’s not something you take lightly. After all, it’s a place you’ll be calling home for the next few years and for some, the rest of their lives. A lot of inquiring, researching and planning goes into the process of finding the ideal retirement home and you should never feel rushed or pressured into your decision making. (more…)

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Re-gifting may be looked upon with scorn, but that’s just because people are jealous of those who can pull it off without being discovered. If you have something you hate, why not give it to someone who will treasure it?

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Addiction is most definitely not a victimless crime, and the addict is most certainly not the only victim.  Friends, family, and even work associates commonly feel the negative effects of hardcore addiction.  This fact should not be overlooked when you’re seeking recovery from the disease of addiction.  You should know that your addiction most certainly has hurt the people closest to you in one way or another.  If you’re interested in actively working with your friends and family, but do not know where to start, you’ve come to the right place.  Here are a few helpful methods of addressing the wreckage of addiction once you’re on the way to renewal.   (more…)

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If your elderly parent dies, you may not know how to handle the process that is involved in relation to your parent’s affairs. Probate, which defines this process, determines who should deal with the affairs of the deceased. Once a Grant of Probate is awarded, a person, who is named in the will as executor, is required to pay any taxes, sell the deceased’s property, and close the person’s financial accounts. (more…)

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Between work life, home life and housework, and the children, it can be hard for busy parents to find time for each other, let alone maintain a social life.  While couples may once have enjoyed nights out with each other – perhaps a fancy dinner, a night at the cinema or theatre, or a cheeky weekend away – the arrival of children can often spell the end of “us time”; after all, money may be tighter, and babysitters aren’t always forthcoming.  However, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t rediscover each other’s company in the comfort of your own home.  Welcome to your new date night. (more…)

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Music to accompany your wedding is tough to choose. There are several key events for your big day when you may want to use music to help the guests get in the mood. As they are arriving, you may want to help them feel welcome and relaxed by playing some music. Most brides want music to accompany them walking down the aisle. It may be you have a procession that will need a different piece of music. (more…)

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When the time comes that you and your family decide that your loved one requires treatment for addiction, you may be confused about what exactly to expect. (more…)

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Some people assume that you have to have deep rooted problems in order to require therapy.  They fear that it must mean that something is wrong with them if they go to see a therapist.  This couldn’t be further from the truth, however.  Family therapy, in particular, is something that can have numerous benefits for everyone in the family and create a happier family for all of you.

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When you have a child, you hope that they will be healthy and happy. You hope that they will grow up smart and forward thinking. Most of all, you hope that they will be kind and compassionate. However, these attributes can be taught from a young age. Don’t just hope! Shape your child’s understanding of compassion and empathy. They’ll grow into a kind-hearted, compassionate adult. (more…)

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Divorce is a tragic occurrence that can happen to anyone.  It can be considerably stressful for everyone from the couple’s friends to their children if they have any together, and especially to the couple themselves. (more…)

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