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"Dads are Dispensable": 5 Myths About Fathers and Families

W. Bradford Wilcox - June 5, 2018

In our world today, fathers are getting a lot of mixed press when it comes to their importance to the family. In this article, Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, explains 5 myths about fathers and their role in families that you might have heard leading up to Father's Day. Do you resonate with any of these?


5 Tips For Parents of College Kids Who Are Dating

Chris Grace - February 20, 2018

Dear CMR,

Our college student thinks she may have finally met ‘the love of her life’ this semester and has already invited him to a number of family functions. To be perfectly honest, we are more anxious than thrilled. Do I just hide my feelings, or is it better to be truthful about what I see as a possible mistake in the making?

Signed,

Speak or Hold My Peace


6 Ways You're Teaching Your Kids Relationship-Killers and What You Can Do To Change It

Alisa Grace - September 12, 2017

As parents, our actions and words have a deep impact on our children. It's not always what we say to them, but what we say and do around them. Today, _____ dives deep into 6 ways we are teaching our children relationship-killers and how we can go about fixing them. 


Preparing Your Marriage for Parenthood

Emily Pardy - August 29, 2017

It's no question that your marriage will be impacted when you become parents, so how can you best prepare for this sudden change? Today, Emily Pardy, MMFT, offers practical tips on how to equip yourselves for parenthood. 


Engaged and Pregnant

Veola Vazquez - August 8, 2017

Change can be difficult, inevitable, and uncertain in the best of circumstances. But what happens when change occurs all at once? Dr. Chris Grace offers sound advice to a woman needing direction on being pregnant, being engaged, and when it's best to tell her children.


How Parenting Impacts Your Child, pt. 2

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 24, 2017

Relationships are hard work, and parenting is certainly no exception. Child psychologists say that ages newborn to six are extremely formative in a child's self-identity, making it critical to establish a healthy parenting philosophy early on. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explore the different seasons of parenting styles and offer practical ways to foster healthy relationships with your children. 


How Your Parenting Impacts Your Child

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 10, 2017

Relationships are hard work, and parenting is certainly no exception. Child psychologists say that ages zero to six are extremely formative in a child's self-identity, making it critical to establish a healthy parenting philosophy early on. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff break down results from a classic Harvard case study that explores the relationship between parenting and a child's development.


Top 3 Barriers to Effective Listening and How to Overcome Them

Tim Muehlhoff - October 4, 2016

While we may understand why speaking before listening–giving our opinion without first gathering the facts–is folly, it is interesting that the ancient writer of Proverbs would suggest that speaking before listening is shameful. Read this blog by Dr. Tim Muehlhoff to discover the top 3 barriers to effective listening and how to overcome them.

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