Archive for FAMILY

  • September 9, 2019

    Are You a Champion?

    By Jack W. Rolfe  Contributing Author: Kristin Sheehan   A dear friend of mine, Kristin Sheehan, is the program director of the Play Like a Champion Today Character Education through Sports initiative. She is very passionate about helping youth achieve their full potential, and we have worked together on some...

  • September 9, 2019

    A Sense of Gratitude Helps Businesses Thrive

    By Pam Palmero, President/CEO St. George Area Chamber of Commerce   Whereas the spring season usually wells up in me a sense of new beginnings, portrayed by the budding of dormant plants, the fall season creates in me a sense of reflection and gratitude. Reflection and gratitude in our businesses is...

  • September 9, 2019

    EMDR: A Talk Less, Process More Approach to Healing Trauma

    By Sarah Prince   Imagine visiting a mental health professional for trauma-related symptoms after a car accident, sexual assault, robbery, job loss, return from military combat, or even an animal attack. Your counselor suggests that you may benefit from Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR). You are desperate for...

  • July 20, 2019

    Screen Time vs. Family Time

    By Matt Eschler PhD, LMFT, St. George Center for Couples and Families, Owner, Clinical Director    Brigham Young University and American Family Survey tell us that the overuse of technology has moved into the number one spot in our “things to worry about.” American Family tell us that drug abuse, bullying,...

  • July 20, 2019

    Summer Travel with Your Pet

    By Dr. Clayton Barton Summer is the season for vacations. Most likely, you have made travel plans. The question is, will your pet go with you? Vacations involve a great deal of planning, so whether you are taking your best friends with you or leaving them behind, here are some...

  • May 15, 2019

    From Actress to Advocate

    By Marianne Hamilton   Hoping to save others, Jan Broberg shares the story of her kidnapping and abuse. It’s 4:10 on a breezy Thursday afternoon, and Jan Broberg is just sitting down to breakfast. Settling in on the patio of the Center for the Arts at Kayenta, where she is...

  • May 15, 2019

    Connecting the Generations: There’s Nothing Like a Game of Three-Corner...

    By Lyman Hafen   I would have been ten years old when I pulled that card out of a five-cent pack. I was sitting with my back to a mulberry tree in my front yard. Jim’s mobile market had already motored on down 600 South to the next stop, and...

  • May 15, 2019

    The “Stuff” of Life

    By David John Cook I remember graduating from high school in Waterloo, Iowa. I was finally done. Don’t get me wrong. I enjoyed high school life, but I was ready to pack my “stuff,“ move on to college life, spread my wings, and fly! As I boarded the plane and...

  • May 15, 2019

    Relax, Renew, and Indulge

    By CasaBlanca Resort Staff Spring Flavors of the Season at The Spa and Salon at CasaBlanca Resort & Casino Spring is here, and it not only ushers in the colorful rejuvenation of nature but also offers the opportunity for a renewal of the mind and body. A relaxation destination tucked...

  • May 15, 2019

    Brainpower: Crossinology

    By Cash J.   Before Crossinology, I hated doing homework. All I wanted to do was play video games.  Doing homework made me feel mad and cranky; I felt like screaming every time my parents asked me to do it. I didn’t want to go to school because it made...

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