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7 Ways To Cherish Your Partner While Awaiting A Baby

Ways to cherish your partner while the two of you are waiting for your baby to arrive. This article supports expecting parents with therapy skills and recommendations that focus on building healthy connection, showing your partner love, demonstrating emotional connection to your partner, and more therapy strategies.

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Counseling Blog, Parenting

Self-Care for Single Moms | Counseling for Single Parents

This video focuses on helping single parents create healthy boundaries in parenting, self-care, manage anxiety and stress, and establish more efficient ways to parent. Parents often seek counseling to address issues taking place at home or school. To schedule an appointment for Greensboro Counseling office or Winston Salem Counseling office call 336-707-1723.

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Counseling Blog, Parenting

Tips For Struggling Parents | Greensboro Counseling Making Awesome Parents

Counseling can be the missing puzzle piece parents need to establish a healthy relationship with their child. As a professional counselor, I work with parents and kids in the areas of (a) respect (b) helping kids follow rules (c) supporting parents in creating healthy communication skills and boundaries (d) planning short and long term goals in education and career.

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Counseling Blog, Parenting

How To Stop Fighting In Front of The Kids

In my professional experience I have had what seems like too many clients come and see me due to their child exhibiting new “negative” behaviors. These new behaviors are more than often seen as the child being more quiet, shy, non-talkative, and withdrawn from the family. As the therapist, I ask the parent(s) the magic question, “If you could pick one thing that caused this change in your child what would it be.” The answers are often, “Maybe someone in school is bullying them,” or “I don’t know,” or just a blank stare as they wait for me to provide them with some insight that can solve their problems. The answer isn’t always easy for parents to see.

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