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At the beginning of the pandemic in March, it was clear what we needed to do: to slow the spread of coronavirus and keep our community’s only hospital from becoming overwhelmed, we needed to minimize contact with those outside our immediate family. For some, this meant working at home, replacing in-person contact with clients and…

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Who doesn’t love the early days of a romantic relationship? Sharing favorite spots, restaurants, music, books, and movies is exciting. Introducing your families and friends to one another is an adventure in and of itself. As these new experiences bring you closer and cement your bond, you may begin to wonder,“Is this person the one?”…

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I recently found out that I’m going to be a Grandma for the first time! Like most first-time grandmothers, I’m suddenly in baby mode! I’m noticing babies in strollers as I take my daily walks, I’m looking online at all the new baby gadgets that have been invented since my children were infants back in…

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Money touches every area of our lives, including marriage. A study by the American Psychological Association found that 72% of Americans have felt stressed about money. Financial stress can be devastating to a marriage — but with proper communication and commitment to change, it doesn’t have to be. Here are 6 ways for how to…

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