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  • Failing Forward

  • Posted by Matt Blowers on January 27, 2015 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • If you are like millions of Americans, you are entering into a bleak time of the year:  the holidays are over, credit cards statements from last months overspending are rolling in, insurance deductibles have reset for the new year, and it’s 4 months until the next national holiday.  These are the months where life can … Continue reading “Failing Forward”

  • Reflections

  • Posted by Sandra Stanford on January 5, 2015 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • It is an exciting time in the Stanford household! A wedding is taking place at the end of January. The months of preparation, planning, anticipation, and pre-marital counseling will come together as our daughter, Anna Beth, and her fiancé Chris become husband and wife. Anna Beth and I have gone to countless dress fittings, florist … Continue reading “Reflections”

  • Relationship List

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on November 19, 2014 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • “I can’t believe you’re not married.”  “You’re too cute to not be snatched up.”  “You’re not dating anyone?”…. These are examples of what I hear as a single woman.  It’s not that I do not wish to be married.  In fact, I very much desire to find an amazing husband with whom to share my … Continue reading “Relationship List”

  • Perspective

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on October 6, 2014 | Topics: Personal Growth
  • For me, this past Labor Day was a day full of joy, tears, laughter and change. It was a day like many of the ones that I counsel, because that is exactly what I did, I counseled. I must tell you I loved it, every minute was wonderful. I was asked by several people, prior … Continue reading “Perspective”

  • Experiencing Grief

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on August 25, 2014 | Topics: Coping, Grief
  • In working with clients, I have discovered the topic of grief is a tough subject to tackle.  It is typically avoided until an unfortunate event forces a discussion to occur.  Grief had once been described as a step-by-step process consisting of 5 emotional stages: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance.  It was believed that once … Continue reading “Experiencing Grief”