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Family Psychology
Luna Phoenix Camille
Your Family and Society - Their Fault You Stay The Same
I am practicing Abraham Hicks’ teachings and applying Joe Dispenza’s teachings to my everyday situations. I am learning so much. I am learning to change my thought patterns so that I can change my reality; your thoughts and feelings create your reality. B…
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Family Psychology
Rukevwewrites
Redefining Family: Bonds of Common Values and Unconditional Love.
“Oikogeneia” is a Greek word meaning “family.” There are two definitions that I find fitting for the topic I am currently writing about. For a long time, I believed that family was solely tied to blood relations, religion, school, and the like. However, …
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Family Psychology
rohit gayari
Balancing work and family: Strategies for balancing work and family life and maintaining a strong connection with your child.
As a parent, it can be challenging to balance work and family responsibilities. With the demands of a career and the needs of your children, it can feel like there are never enough hours in the day. However, with some careful planning and smart strategies…
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Family Psychology
Stephanie Byrne
Suggestions For An Effective And Successful Start To Reducing Screen And Technology Use
I want to begin this article by acknowledging that screens and technology can be effective tools for communication, organization, and learning (raise your hand if you’re grateful for an Alexa device that serves as an intercom system of sorts). However, m…
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Family Psychology
yanuar gilang pratama
Are child Walkers secure for infants?
millions of infant walkers are bought every year. Many dad and mom buy walkers within the belief that the equipment can help their children walk early. however with the controversies surrounding those popular infant gadgets, is it worthwhile to apply them…
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Family Psychology
Michelle L. Raymond
Dating: 101
In an age filled with social media, Tinder and virtual dating, are we creating the proper foundations for a healthy relationship? This seems to be the time of hi-speed relationships, where one can simply, with the brush of a finger, swipe and instantly d…
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
What Happened When I Started Parenting Without Booze
Drinking robbed me of my ability to clearly understand and feel my kids I have a memory when I asked my very pregnant friend, Molly, if she was going to take drugs during her delivery. She screamed: “Are you joking? Sure I am! Would you have open heart s…
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
Early Labor: How to spot It and What to Do
Early labor is the beginning of the first stage of labor, the longest part of the birthing process. Early labor is a combination of end of pregnancy symptoms mixed with signs of labor, which sometimes makes things unclear if what’s happening is pre-labor …
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Family Psychology
Tasimudzwanashe David Mkana
The power of forgiveness in deliverance*
Deliverance cannot take place without forgiveness. As long as you are holding on to anger, bitterness and grudges you will not get your deliverance. Peter asks Jesus about the number of times one should forgive. The response he was given will shock you…
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
How to cut Energy Cords for good
Cutting the energy cords with other people in our lives sounds like it might have a negative meaning, like we’re pulling the plug on our relationships. In reality, this therapeutic practice is meant to preserve our spiritual space, so that we can nourish …
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
Staying friends with your ex
Pretty much everyone agrees that breakups are rough. They’re an upending of normalcy, of stability. They force you to re-evaluate yourself and who you are in relationships. They can sometimes get really ugly, especially if a relationship was toxic. But s…
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
The story of Bert Hellinger's Family Constellations
Family Constellations History Imagine entering your early teenage years in Nazi Germany afraid to speak the truth of what you believe for fear of death. Suspected of Being an Enemy of the People by the Nazi authorities, right before being drafted and fo…
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
Building Your Family Tree
The advent of the internet was a game-changer for amateur genealogists. Now that billions of scanned documents and photographs are available online, it’s possible to discover information from other continents and centuries with the simple click of a butto…
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Family Psychology
Corry Lang
How to transform a traumatic event from the past - and change your view (and your life)!
Do you sometimes bump up against a recurring problem in your life, and seem to have no power or control over it? The same situation keeps repeating, with different people, and you don’t know why? What do you think is going to happen if you don’t address …
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Family Psychology
Tasimudzwanashe David Mkana
Ignorance is a form of bondage
There are certain people we do not lay hands upon, we teach them until they are delivered. Jesus in many of His teachings talks about the power of the truth. He says in John 8:32 AKJV: And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. N…
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Family Psychology
Demi Powell
Family Constellations
Within the core of my work with individuals is to help you explore, uncover and feel into unconscious and conscious unhealthy loyalties you may have to parents, ancestors and siblings. For example, it is rarely our relationship to the ‘bad’ parent that ke…
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