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Family members can hurt each other enough to cut-off relations.

Some struggles includes in-laws (grandparents). Some families have adoption and interracial complexity. Siblings each have their own version of the family.

Families seek help for emotional and religious changes, financial and educational challenges, or transgender issues.

In a new wrinkle on an old problem, some families have a secret jihadist, whose existence is revealed by the F.B.I. Secrets may wreak havoc on family relationships.

When a new family is blended after re-marriage, struggles intensify.

As a family coach, I help cut-off families to repair, blended families to knit together, and new family members or ideas to integrate.

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Colleges Cope with Increased Depression

I missed National Depression Screening Day on Oct 11.  Yom Kippur found itself in the middle of my blogging agenda. Like some college students I’m posting about, my “paper” is 3 days late. The “Wall Street Journal,” however, was right on time with its feature, “College Students Flood Mental-Health Centers.” Their article covers  a “Beating Anxiety” workshop […]

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Mental Health Wellness Week

Unlike most of the Awareness Months, Weeks, or Days I cover, Mental Health Awareness Week is a grassroots public education campaign–it wasn’t designated by the Senate, it isn’t supported by an organization that’s been around since the time of King David, raising money since he, in his young shepherd incarnation, picked the jewels off of […]

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