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Daily Archives: May 31, 2016

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LDS Marriage Counselor: Falling Out Of Love

Many of the people who seek the help of an LDS marriage counselor do so because they feel they have fallen out of love with their partners and want to understand why and how to fall back in love.  The truth is that falling in love is easy and it brings with it such overwhelming feelings of passion and longing that maintaining that level of emotion for an entire marriage is virtually impossible.  If your feelings for your partner are fading from love to apathy or even dislike, you’re not alone; the course of true love is a bumpy one for Read more
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LDS Child Counselor: 5 Ways You Can Help Your Child

An LDS child counselor will tell you that there will be more than one time in the life of your child when you wonder if some alien race with a wicked sense of humor has replaced your sweet, compliant son or daughter with one who is angry, unpredictable, muddled or moody.  Though puberty can account for much of the problem behavioral phases that children go through as they grow up, there are a number of other factors that contribute to your child’s new, and often unwelcome, personality quirks.  Here are some ways you can help children maintain some emotional and mental Read more
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LDS Counselor: About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

If you’re considering getting the help of an LDS counselor who uses cognitive behavioral therapy in treating their patients, as I do at Insight Child & Family Counseling, you should know a little more about this type of therapy and how it can help.  Here are the answers to some questions you may have: What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy? Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy that has been found to be effective in treating a variety of disorders.  Unlike other forms of psychotherapy that can last many years, sometimes decades, without concrete results, cognitive behavioral therapy is usually more Read more
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LDS Marriage Counselor: Marriage And Your Parents

For most of us, our families, especially our parents, are an important part of our lives even after we grow up, move out and get married; but as an LDS marriage counselor, I can tell you that the relationship you have with your parents as a child must be different from the relationship you have with your parents as a married adult.  Changing how much you rely on your parents for the kind of support you needed as you were growing up will allow your marriage to grow stronger when your spouse becomes the first person you turn to every Read more