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Discover the Many Benefits of Traveling Alone

When the first signs of spring arrive, many people start making travel plans for the warm-weather months. There’s just something about sunny skies and a break in the weather that make vacation planning top of mind. If you’re recently divorced, however, you may be wondering

Curb Your Tendency to Overreact

Perhaps life has gotten especially busy, and suddenly you find yourself overreacting to things that you once easily ignored or dismissed. Or maybe you’re more inclined to overreact in certain situations or with certain people. It’s also possible that you could be overreacting more now

Dating After Divorce: Are You Ready?

After another trip around the sun, Valentine’s Day is here once again. Depending on your current romantic situation, that could be good news–or bad. Sure, it’s a “Hallmark holiday”, and to some extent it can be easily ignored. But if you’re recently divorced or in

Should You Be Worried About Your Child’s Social Media Behavior?

In a recent interview with Kennedy Chase at Spectrum News 1 Ohio about the Social Media Parental Notification Act, we talked about whether parents should be concerned about the time their child spends on social media. The short answer is yes. That’s the reason behind

More Americans are Staying Single

It’s the beginning of a new year, and with it comes no shortage of statistics about the year we’ve left behind. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, it’s likely you’ve been bombarded with more than just a few of

New Year’s Resolution 2024: Take Care of Your Mental Health

The holidays have come and gone, and now it’s time to focus on the New Year. For many people, that means establishing some resolutions (also known as personal decisions to do something or not to do something). Often, the focus is on losing weight, spending

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