Archive for FAMILY

  • February 5, 2018

    A New Start. A New Journey. A New You.

    How the right therapy, and the right therapist can help get you there By David Nutter   New starts in life often happen when people decide to engage therapy. Whenever I meet new clients as individuals, couples, or even families, I ask them what their goals are in therapy. For...

  • February 2, 2018

    Find the Perfect Fit for Your Lifestyle

    The beautiful area we live in provides endless recreational possibilities. It’s important you find the right vehicle to explore our beautiful outdoor playground. In Southern Utah, we work hard so we can play hard, enjoying this landscape that is literally in our backyard. As you consider your perfect match to...

  • January 21, 2018

    Modern Miracles in Medicine

    By Bailey McMurdie Parker   61 year-old Mark Jamison was lifting a heavy object when he suddenly became short of breath. “I went to my regular doctor and they told me to get checked by a cardiologist,” he recalls. After a few tests, Mark was diagnosed with aortic stenosis—a condition...

  • January 21, 2018

    How do you spell love to a child? T –...

    By Kelly Kendall It has been said that people won’t remember what you tell them, however, they will remember how you made them feel. When we spend time with our children, they feel important and it creates memories. Some crave more time than others, according to the Five Love Languages...

  • January 16, 2018

    What Pictures are Hanging on Your Wall?

    By JR Martin The dinner conversation had begun around our table. My wife and I mentioned to our girls that that their uncles had both bought brand new Porsche sports cars. I felt like crawling under the table as I looked painfully out our front window to see my Ford...

  • December 9, 2017

    Connecting My Roots: Discovering Rugby in the Desert was a...

    By Sikeli Naivalu Three years ago this month, I moved from Aspen, Colorado to Ivins, Utah. Although St. George is my mother’s home town, this community was very new and different to me. It was tough to leave my friends in Colorado, after living there for seven years. I wondered...

  • November 20, 2017

    Making Your Love Warm

    Making love warm is an activity. It is something successful couples continue to cultivate. With a warmth of affection, partners can withstand some chills and survive the winte rs of an emotional storm. I am continually impressed by how some individuals and couples literally make their relationship the center of...

  • October 31, 2016

    How do You Climb?

    By Jack W. Rolfe “No one is useless in the world who lightens the burdens of others.” ~ Charles Dickens As the sun began to rise above the horizon, we had already been hiking for about forty-five minutes. During that initial ascent we had been using small flashlights and the...

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