The Relationship Center Blog, written by relationship expert, Kim Olver, covers topics as it relates to relationships with the important people in your life and the most important one of all.. the one with yourself.

Journaling: A Dozen Benefits

I once read an article that described research that showed journaling could be just as effective as therapy. As a therapist, naturally, I didn’t want to believe that, but I always remembered it. I’ve also appreciated how journaling has benefited me and most of my...

Healthy Relationships: Knowing When to Stay

A Healthy Relationship ...what does that look like? As a relationship counselor, one of the biggest problems I see is that people in relationships are under the mistaken impression that their partner is supposed to meet their needs for them. This stems from the...

Family Vacations: Fun and Fair for Everyone

It’s vacation season in the Northern Hemisphere and it’s got me reminiscing: I’ve been a part of some amazing family vacations and I’ve witnessed some horrific ones. I decided to have some fun and prepare a family vacation guide to help you create family vacations...

Children: Make a Difference

July is National Make a Difference to Children Month in the United States, yet children are living in concentration-like camps near the Mexico border. Anyone else find this ironic, or is it just me? Making a difference in the life of child can be a positive or...

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