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Four Ways to Keep a Christian Marriage Strong Throughout the Years

To Christians, marriage is more than a legal designation for two people who have chosen to live life together. It's a state ordained by God for a lifelong partnership; marriage is considered sacred and holy. If you and your spouse have entered into a Christian marriage and wish for that marriage to remain strong throughout the rest of your lives, there are some steps you can take to keep your relationship healthy and encourage it to keep growing.   Read More...

5 Common Signs Of Autism In Toddlers

Autism spectrum disorder is a condition that encompasses a range of difficulties with social skills, verbal and non-verbal communication, and repetitive behaviors. A person who is on the autism spectrum can have  many unique challenges and strengths, and can fall anywhere on the spectrum. The signs of autism spectrum disorder often begin appearing during the toddler years. Children who are properly diagnosed and begin receiving treatment and resources tend to fare better.   Read More...

Dealing With Childhood Trauma As An Adult

Did you suffer abuse from a loved one in your childhood that has led to your life being negatively affected? For instance, childhood trauma can have an effect on your relationship with other people, work ethics, and many other things. If you feel as though what you experienced as a child is preventing you from accomplishing your goals to the fullest extent in life, it might be time to see counseling.   Read More...

Depression Treatment Is Available

Many people do not realize that depression is a real thing. When a person is going through true depression they can hear things like, "oh just get over it," or "it will pass." To be honest many people that give this type of advice do not know what true depression is. If you have been sad for an extended period of time, or you have not felt any motivation to do the things you usually love you could have depression.   Read More...

Can You Benefit From Christian Drug Or Alcohol Rehab If You're Agnostic?

Whether you grew up in the church and have fallen away in recent years or have always self-identified as agnostic or atheist, you probably don't give much thought to seeking out religious programs or gatherings at this point in your life. However, if you're struggling with drug or alcohol addiction and feel you've hit rock bottom, you may find that many of the rehabilitation centers available in your area seem to cater to those who desire a religious component to their recovery process.   Read More...