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Tag Archives: communication
This is a workshop my husband and I are putting on for a little neighborhood/church group tomorrow. 1) Know my own objective in the communication process. Karla and John’s goal: Discuss how to connect to family and neighbors while … Continue reading
The American Psychological website has links to resources on handling divorce when young children are involved. The most important consideration is touched on here: Research suggest that it’s not divorce in itself that most harms children, but the tension between … Continue reading