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.

Teenagers-How to Reduce the Battles

As parents, disciplining teenagers can feel like a constant struggle. However, I believe most of the issue lies in how we identify the problems we often perceive as harmful in our teenagers. There are three major factors to consider. When children enter their...

Finding Your Next Relationship

For many of us, at some point in our lives, a failed relationship leaves us wondering why we can’t seem to find a good partner, or why we keep repeating the same mistakes. When a relationship ends, there is much introspective work to do before the next one. Failing to...

Discipline, Consequences, and Punishment

Punishment and discipline are often used interchangeably, yet their meanings couldn’t be more different. The Latin root of punishment means “to inflict pain,” while the Latin root of discipline means “to teach.” At some point, people end up in positions that involve...

Overactive Kids

Parents can often feel overwhelmed by overenergetic kids. Most of the questions I receive can be categorized in three ways: kids and ADHD, kids and anger management, and kids and screen time. Kids and ADHD There seems to be a big trend here in the US of medicating our...

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