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family counseling to save your family

Raising a teenager is more difficult than I had ever imagined it would be. What had made it more difficult is the fact that my husband and I had separated and were contemplating getting a divorce. You know, teenagers are hormonal and emotional enough without parents throwing a wrench into their daily lives. Instead of giving up on our family, we all started going to a family therapist to get some help. It has helped us all a lot because we have learned how to talk to each other and discuss the problems that we had rather than screaming and not dealing with any of the issues at hand.

Schedule Therapy For Your Child If He/She Is Afraid Of A Family Member

When you have children, it's important for you to monitor how they react to members of your extended family. Ideally, there will be a close bond between everyone, but you may sometimes notice that one of your children seems afraid of a certain family member. Children won't always divulge their reasons to you — they may not feel comfortable with sharing what is causing them to experience this fear—but this doesn't mean that you should ignore it. Read More 

5 Benefits Of Investing In Family Therapy

If you and your family members are having issues or are going through a particularly difficult time, it can be a challenge to deal with the emotions alone. Some professionals can counsel all of your so that you can get the help that you need. Family therapy is something that so many families choose to go through together. You may want to consider this option for your own loved ones. Here are the benefits of investing in family therapy. Read More 

Issues At School That Could Suggest Your Child Has Gone Through Trauma

Children can be traumatized in a long list of ways, from seemingly innocent things such as seeing violence on TV and being teased to more serious examples such as overt abuse and neglect. While some parents and family situations lead to a child's trauma, there may be times that your child has been through something and you're not aware of what happens. Unfortunately, the child won't always opt to tell you about what he or she has endured, and issues may arise. Read More