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3 Types Of Children That May Benefit From Pediatric Speech Therapy

Pediatric speech therapists are there to help your children not only learn how to pronounce their words properly, but also to help them learn to communicate. These are critical skills that can help your child to be successful in future schooling, as well as life in general. While any child with speech issues may benefit from seeing a speech therapist, there are certain children that may benefit even more than the average child. Read More 

How Counseling Can Help A Hoarder Break His Or Her Habits

If you have a friend who hoards, you may have a lot of concerns about the safety of his or her home. Hoarding is a problem for many people, but it is not something most people can easily stop, and this is because it is typically a symptom of a deeper issue. If you can convince your friend to seek help from a counselor, he or she might finally be able to find out what is causing this problem, and this could be the first step to helping get this person's house cleaned up. Read More 

3 Tips For Repairing A Marriage After An Affair

Discovering that your spouse has been unfaithful can be heartbreaking and feel like the ultimate form of betrayal. Some marriages do not survive after an extramarital affair while other couples choose to work hard to repair the foundation of their marriage after one person has cheated. If you have recently found out that your spouse has been unfaithful, but you want to try to rebuild your marriage, use the following tips:  Read More 

3 Things To Do Before Ending Your Marriage

Going through a divorce can be traumatic for many people. If you are feeling as though your marriage is no longer working, divorce might seem like the only solution. While ending a marriage can be the best solution for some couples, it's important that you take the steps necessary to salvage your marriage before calling it quits if you want to ensure that divorce is your last option. Here are three things you should do before making the decision to end your marriage. Read More 

How To Continue Humor Therapy At Home

One form of therapy that many people find to be effective is called humor therapy. Humor therapy is when the therapist helps you unlock that laughter that is within you. The goal is to temporarily increase your mood and reduce your stress levels during and right after the therapy and equip you with tools to reproduce these effects on your own. Here are some tips for continuing your humor therapy at home. Read More