Category: Family

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Forced Apologies

My four-year-old daughter placed herself in the middle of our living room to play with blocks. She was so engrossed with building a wooden cast...
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Play Therapy with Teens: Does it work?

As a therapist who works with teenagers, I can tell you that there is often a lot of resistance to therapy and talking about what is happening in the...
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Holiday Shopping Guide

This holiday season as you are looking for that perfect gift, think local! The Utah Valley Area is overflowing with small businesses that contribute g...
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Shared Parenting Myths: Woozles and Zombies

Custody and parent-time decisions are usually made by using what is called “The Best Interest of the Child” standard. This standard is intended to...
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Give Yourself the Gift of Self Care

Many of us look forward to the holidays all year. It is ironic that for so many it can also be one of the most stressful times as well. Family get...
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Now That My Teen Has Come Out – WHAT DO I DO NOW?

“I’ve told my son that nothing changes, that I still love him, but I expect him to live the same standards as the rest of the family, and yet he...
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CCD Smiles: One in a million

I am the only one in my family with CCD (Cleidocranial Dysplasia), which was a random mutation. Having CCD influenced my studies and career choice...
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Press Release: Dave and Cheryl Rose Classic

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Guy G. Roche Sr. Phone: 385-985-5398  Email: ggrochesr@gmail.com September 27, 2017   Golf to Eradicate...
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Dia de los Muertos: It’s about Family

It is hard to be out and about much anymore without running across images of skeletons or skulls decorated with colorful hearts, flowers, and swirls....
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Self Care When Experiencing Parental Alienation

Though almost half of marriages in the US end in divorce, most people who divorce successfully transition to their new life within two years. However,...
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