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When we know our core values, how we are wired and what we stand for, we can understand ourselves, better. We learn what motivates us and how we communicate and learn best. Knowing this about each other builds esteem and honor into our relationships. We at Core Values Counseling hope to help you gain this deep understanding of yourself and others in order for you to have the best life possible!
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Latest Posts from Core Values Blog
When was the last time you actually tried something new — something that pushed you out of your comfort zone? That stretched your courage? My friend and counseling colleague, Heather Harrison, recently told me that she and her daughter went skydiving on a Saturday whim. They literally thought of the idea at 10 AM, and were jumping[…]
When my boys were little, we adopted a family motto from the pages of one of their favorite book series, Dinotopia by James Gurney. That motto echoed all throughout the story: “Breathe deep. Seek peace.” For us, it was a funny little quip that we would say to each other that really meant something along the lines of, ‘Chill[…]
I don’t know about you, but often I get lost in my thoughts — either about my future, and what’s about to happen, or something in my past. Sometimes I’m so distracted that I miss the present moment! It slips right by me, unnoticed, never to be seen again. A lot of times, I’ve found, this kind of distraction[…]
It is so easy to waste time these days, getting caught up in all that is ‘wrong’ with our lives — so much so that we completely miss out on the joy of today! We do this in our relationships, too — with our family, our partner, and our friends. When we’re in a situation that is[…]
Our family’s planning on a multi-generational trip this summer! We’re going with our kids and grandkids on a long road trip, and multiple generations means multiple sets of needs, desires, and expectations, so it involves a LOT of planning. The first step is to really know what everyone wants out of the trip. Make sure that’s expressed[…]
Many of you are aware that Eric is still a teacher, and therefore essentially has two and a half months off every summer. Me, I’m a therapist and don’t get time off unless I take it. There can be a lot of benefits to this system — I get a house-husband for a while and can put him[…]
As you may or may not know, my father-in-law, Eric’s father, recently passed away. There was a long period of our life that was dedicated to his care; in fact, as time went on, more and more of our time was centered around taking care of him. We’re very thankful we had this opportunity to care for[…]
So often I hear counselors encouraging people to do ‘self care,’ but what exactly does that mean? It’s true self-care is of the utmost importance, but it can cover such a wide array of topics that we don’t really know what steps to take. For me, my instinct is to plan a massage, or go into my[…]
Raise your hand if this sounds familiar: You’re out with a friend. You told your spouse you’d be home by 8 to help with the kids, but they’re in the middle of a pretty serious discussion. You don’t want to cut them off, so you stay just a little longer. 8:15 will be fine, right? Or maybe[…]
I was working with a couple recently, and they were getting stuck on an issue that plagues a lot of us. One partner, let’s call her Lily, was much less interested in romance than her husband (let’s call him Rich). Rich wanted to go on dates with his wife, get out of the house, go out to[…]