Becoming A Bride: Four Tips For Choosing A Colored Wedding Dress

18 August 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

Traditional wedding dresses are usually white or ivory. While those dresses certainly are beautiful, many brides are opting to wear non-traditional wedding dresses that feature color. Opting for color opens up the door for dresses, giving brides a lot more options to choose from. Whether you are looking for a pop of color or a full-blown colored wedding dress, use these four tips to make sure you get a dress that you truly love: Read More 

Looking To Adopt? Don’t Let These 3 Myths Fool You

15 June 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

While everyone might have a different opinion about adopting a little one and adding to your clan, only you know what is best for you and your specific wants and needs. Some people are against adoption because they might not be informed about what the whole process entails. As much as you might think you know all there is to know about the process, that often isn't the case. Explore the following myths to find out just how much you need to know when adopting a little one. Read More 

Three Situations In Which Marriage Counseling May Not Work For You

23 March 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

According to some statistics, about 75% of those who seek couples counseling are better off (after their sessions) than comparable couples who do not. Why is this? Why does it work for some (admittedly many), but not for others? Well, marriage counseling may not work for you if: You Have Made Up Your Mind to Leave Your chances of having success with the therapy reduce considerably if one of you has made up his or her mind to leave. Read More 

Meeting With A Counselor For The First Time? 2 Things You Shouldn’t Worry About

25 February 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

If you are like most people, you might be nervous about your first meeting with a counselor. What will they think of you? How will they help? Here are two things you shouldn't worry about, and how a counselor can help you out: 1: Shocking Your Therapist When you think about therapy, it might be hard to imagine chatting with a stranger about your private life. After all, who likes to discuss their marital problems or personal health issues? Read More 

Cremation For A Deceased Loved One: Why It Is A Great Option & The Estimated Funeral Costs

13 January 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

Planning a funeral is the type of task that can leave you drained, especially when it is for someone that was dear to your heart. The finances involved with a funeral can cause a lot of depression, but you can get through the incident easier if you opt for cremation. Find out why cremation is a great route to take for your deceased loved one and how much you can expect to pay for it. Read More