• The Roots to the Domestic Violence Behavior

    The domestic violence is not rare as we might think or hope!! It does not only apply to the sports' athletes. As a Marriage Family Therapist, I see this in various venues and professional fields including high-level executives and any other professional low or high titles or statuses you can imagine.

    • I Am Not Apologizing

      What happens when you say or do something that your significant other thinks is wrong – but you feel is right? Then, what happens when you hold on the stance that you are not apologizing, no matter what – because you don’t feel that you did anything wrong?

    • Choosing The Most Pet-Friendly SUV

      Whether you simply take your dog to the vet or you plan longer trips with your pets, it's important to choose a vehicle that's pet-friendly. Here are our top 5 pet friendly vehicle picks.

    • Eating Too Much and Doing Too Little

      In most cases you don’t need a doctor, or a pill, or a piece of exercise equipment, or a television show, an infomercial, a website or any other scam to help you out of the self inflicted mess of being overweight.  All you need to so is eat less and do more.

    • Giving Children an Allowance

      An allowance is a right of passage into tween and teen-hood that helps children learn the responsibilities that are associated with money as well as the chance to gain an appreciation for how much things cost and all that they are given in their lives!

    • Cooking a Prime Rib Roast

      There are two primary methods to use when cooking a prime rib roast: medium heat and searing. Both use an oven temperature of 325 degrees F. The only difference between them is that with the searing method, you’ll first “sear” the meat in an oven at 450 degrees F for about 20 minutes before turning the oven down to 325 degrees F for the rest of the cooking time.

    • Selecting End Tables for your Living Room

      Sideboard-style tables, which are usually rectangular in shape, are also popular in living rooms. These are generally narrow and quite high – normally about the height of a regular mantelpiece that would be constructed above a fireplace.

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