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Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders are growing problems among teens and young adults. Recent research shows that only 1 in 10 men and women with an eating disorder receives help. Those statistics are alarming given that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate out of all mental illnesses.

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When Your Spouse Doesn’t Carry 50%

What do you do when your spouse does not carry 50% of the load for your marriage? There is an unspoken expectation in our country that says we each should bring 50% to the relationship – thus making 100% in total. But there is a problem with that thinking…

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Coming To Grips With A Loss

We all experience losses in life. These can be loss of a relationship, death of someone we love, loss of a dream due to infertility, loss of a spouse as a result of divorce, or the loss of our self-worth due to a poor decision.

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Feeling Frozen?

Do you feel uncomfortable in social situations? Are you often struggling with fear and anxiety? Counseling can help you break through the barriers and enjoy a fuller, happier, and more meaningful life.

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