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8 Self-Care Practices to Help You Thrive

8 Self-Care Practices to Help You Thrive

Each season of life brings its own specific joys and challenges. And each of those seasons require two things: good tools and consistent self-care. I've found the following rituals to be helpful in maintaining a relative amount of peace and balance in my heart and...

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5 Simple Tools to Meet Your Everyday Parenting Needs

5 Simple Tools to Meet Your Everyday Parenting Needs

Sometimes our house feels like a living, breathing psychology experiment. This month we have a 15, 12, 9, 7 and 1 year old. Everyday I interact with and observe different developmental stages. My daughters are 15, 7 and 1, my sons are 12 and 9. Everyday I see the...

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Join us in March for the Connection Codes Parenting Webinar!

Join us in March for the Connection Codes Parenting Webinar!

The Connection Codes for Parents are the blueprint of how parents and children connect and communicate, as well as a set of tools for making that happen. The Connection Codes for Parents is presented by Dr Glenn and Phyllis and their oldest daughter Echo in a four...

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5 Simple Steps to Process Emotion and Thrive

5 Simple Steps to Process Emotion and Thrive

We live in a noisy, distracted culture that has medicalized pain and pathologized emotion. And it is killing us. We are centuries into a belief system that would have us separate emotional experiences from physical symptoms, mental and emotional health from our...

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What Are the Connection Codes?

What Are the Connection Codes?

The Connection Codes are the blueprint of how humans connect in relationship, as well as a set of tools for making that connection happen. The Connection Codes were founded by Dr Glenn and Phyllis Hill and initially grew out of the pain and struggle in their own...

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When Saying Sorry Isn’t Good for Your Relationship

When Saying Sorry Isn’t Good for Your Relationship

Is there ever a time to say I’m sorry? We begin the practice of apologizing when we are very young. Our parents encourage this, as do our teachers, our caregivers, our pastors and mentors. From the time we are toddlers it goes something like this: We do or say...

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