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I Think My Husband and I Would Be Better People (and Parents) If We Got Divorced

I Think My Husband and I Would Be Better People (and Parents) If We Got Divorced By: Janae Webb, MS.Ed., LMFTA Crosswinds Therapist Marriage is so difficult at times that it can begin to feel hopeless. It may even have felt that way for years. It can feel pretty lonely and disappointing to be in […]

Adoption and Reactive Attachment Disorder: Everything You Need to Know

Adoption and Reactive Attachment Disorder: Everything You Need to Know By: Michelle K. Forgey, LMHC, LPC, RPT, MA Crosswinds Therapist Maybe you are considering adopting a child into your family and have some reservations or maybe you have already adopted a child into your family and have some concerns. Regardless of the reason for reading […]

Should I Make My Teenage Daughter Add Me As a Friend on Social Media?

Should I Make My Teenage Daughter Add Me as a Friend on Social Media? By: Janae Webb, MS.Ed., LMFTA Crosswinds Therapist   Social media has become part of the fabric of youth culture in today‚Äôs society. In fact, roughly two-thirds of teenagers report they use Facebook daily, 76% of teens report using Instagram, 75% report […]

How Do You Know the Difference Between a Troubled Teen and a Teen Who is Just Going Through Adolescence?

How Do You Know the Difference Between a Troubled Teen and a Teen Who is Just Going Through Adolescence? By: Tim Gilleand, MA Adolescence is a very confusing time for teenagers and parents. Your baby is no longer a child, but also not an adult. What are they? What freedoms do you allow and what […]