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  • Is It Time to Break Up?

    As a marriage or couples counselor it is almost taboo to discuss break ups. The reality is that breaking up can be a part of a relationship and as vital as dating. I know that sounds weird because why would breaking up be important? Well the truth is that not every relationship is destined for a [...]

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    Love is Love: A Call to Other Couples/Marriage Counselors

    When I began Encite Counseling to help couples and marriages understand their relationships better I did so without understanding a crucial piece of couples counseling. That crucial piece was not presented to me until the day that I received a phone call from a prospective client asking me if I [...]

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    Maintain Your Relationship Sanity and Keep Your Job: 3 Tips To Working From Home With Your Spouse

    Have any sort of conversation with anyone in a relationship and one question that eventually comes up is “How is your relationship since you started working from home? “ .  A good amount of couples are currently struggling with finding a work space from home while still maintaining their [...]

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    3 Tips For Divided Households on Protest

    In our household, we are in the position that George Floyd should be alive today. We are also in the position that for too long black and brown people in America have been marginalized, oppressed, gentrified, and disproportionately castigated by the justice system. Our unity in our thoughts in the [...]

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    3 Tips for People in a Relationship with an Addict

    Having a relationship with someone who has a difficulty with substance addiction can be taxing, exhausting, fearful, all of the above really. Maneuvering the relationship can be even more difficulty. 3 Tips to Emotionally Support your Souse For some people feelings of guilt can arise as they[...]

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    4 Steps to Keep your Relationship Fresh With a Baby

    Adding a child to a relationship creates a serious shift in the relationship dynamic. If you don’t think so, ask a couple that just had a child in regard to how they are doing with their relationship. A lot of the responses you will get will be pertaining to how the world revolves around their[...]

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    May the 4th: What We can Learn from Relationships in Star Wars

    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.. There were relationships that while amazed us, showed us some of the struggles and thrills of intergalactic relationships. To celebrate May the 4th, we are going to look at some of those relationships and what we can learn from them to implement in our[...]

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    5 Good Movies to Watch as A Couple - Some Will Surprise

    One thing people in relationships often do well is watch movies or shows together. In future articles, I will discuss what to do when your significant other watches an episode ahead of you on a show you two are watching together. Today, however the conversation is more around good movies to watch [...]

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    Join Us For A Free Couples Counseling Workshop

    Join us as we present " Don't Forget Your Relationship" at the Parents and Caregivers Teleconference on Thursday, April 30th at 7:15 PM. We will be discussing ways for couples to maintain a healthy relationship while still meeting the needs of their children and families. Click Here To [...]

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    3 Tips to Emotionally Support Your Spouse for People Who Struggle with Emotions

    Being in a relationship means that you are present for your spouse in their moments of need. Sometimes that may mean that you are there to support financially when they are out of work, physically when they cannot  do something, or emotionally when they are having difficulty coping. [...]

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