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When emotional pain and stress get to be too great, people who are unwilling, unable or unaware enough to find relief through healthful methods may turn to self-destructive ones.
Sometimes you find yourself somewhere you thought you'd never be in your marriage. How you got there is one story. What you do next is another.
The reason why saying "I will never do that again," is not enough to keep you from doing it again is surprisingly simple.
Couples who want to rebuild their marriage after infidelity can expect to dedicate 6-12 months to actively pursuing that goal.
There may not be any shock greater to a marriage or long-term relationship than discovering that your partner has been unfaithful.
When you suspect infidelity, you both want answers and are afraid to have them. This article talks about the red flags that tug at your intuition and what you can do about them.
When people use the one-night stand to fill emotional needs, disappointment and regret are the likely results.
It is imperative to talk to our teens and young adults about what it means to drink responsibly and how to get home safely this New Year.
A break-up over the holidays can be especially painful.
Forgiving yourself means taking full responsibility for your actions, committing to a path of atonement, and allowing yourself the grace to improve, try again, and go on.
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