Monthly Archives: November 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Family stories can help us figure out who we are, how we want to live our lives in the face of adversity and how to view hurtful events in different ways

By Michelle Scheu November is Family Stories Month. What is a family story? A family story is one that has been handed down through the generations documenting the history of your family. I am very lucky that the religious heritage … Continue reading

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Does My Child Need Therapy?

By Michelle Scheu The last few years have seen the news filled with stories of troubled youth killing other children. I recently saw an interview with Lisa Long, author of the book “The Price of Silence: A Mom’s Perspective on … Continue reading

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By Elizabeth Wine Ahhh….election season – campaign signs, ads, mailers and phone messages galore. This is when we see mud-slinging at its finest. This season can be draining due to all the negative comments and tense discussions. Politics can be … Continue reading

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