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We compiled some resources including worksheets, books, websites, organizations that may be of interest to our clients. Not every organization or resource is right for every person. While many perspectives are represented in our selection, it is impossible to cover every single available viewpoint. You may find a book, a website, one leader or meeting more to your liking than others. Check them out and simply take what you enjoy.
Wellness Resources: Click the link to access each resource. Relationship Boundary-Setting Thought Management (CBT Model) Self-Esteem Worksheet BOOKS Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown, PhD Smart but Scattered Guide to Success by Peg Dawson, EdD and Richard...read more
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Let’s get real, there are no expert parents. And whether you have 1 or 5 children, you may still feel unsure about how to act in a given situation. Sure, a lot of experts weigh in on parenting topics, but when it comes right down to it, we’re all just doing the best we can.read more
Wonderful and terrifying. Sweet and frustrating. Welcome to motherhood. Having a baby changed everything and no amount of advice from mom, friends, and in-laws could fully prepare anyone for just how drastically different life looks after baby arrives. Know that you are not alone. Central Ohio has a plethora of specialized services available to help new parents.read more
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Resources, Links, and Books available to those considering fertility treatments, adoption, or choosing a child-free life.read more
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