Article Archives: March 2013

Ways to cope with stress

Stress is part of everyone’s life and is, unfortunately, something that none of can entirely avoid. It can enter our lives as a result of a change in our circumstances; this change is often reflected in our body and mind to assist us in the… continue reading Ways to cope with stress

Uncommon ways to show your significant other love

By: Heather Miller, Marriage and Family Counseling Intern Looking to improve your relationship? Feel like you may have lost that spark you once had? Spice up your routine with these uncommon ways to show your significant other love.  Greatly improve your relationship and increase your… continue reading Uncommon ways to show your significant other love

Coping with Death and Grief

Death is tragic. Sometimes overlooked in today’s world is the impact of the grief that lingers for days, months and years afterward.  If grief is not addressed in a healthy way, it has the ability to spin and twist our brain, affecting current and future… continue reading Coping with Death and Grief

How to beat those winter blues

In Michigan, the shortest day of the year has less than nine hours of daylight. It’s easy to fall into the mood of the climate when there are so many days of cold, cloud covered skies. Seasonal Affective Disorder, also referred to as winter blues… continue reading How to beat those winter blues