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The Art of Editing

The Art of Editing

Renowned Little Rock designer Garry Mertins updates a traditional interior with a neutral palette with clean lines and angles to set the stage for...

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Happy Holidays!?!

HONESTY CAN BE YOUR FRIEND AS YOU JOURNEY THROUGH THE MERRIMENT OR NOT By Rebecca Ward   hristmas stopped being magical for me the year I found my doll and my Mickey Mouse watch in the linen closet. I was stunned, even though I had heard some disturbing talk that Santa Claus might not actually […]

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Living: Faith, Friends & Facts

For a new mother most any irregularity in her baby’s “numbers” is cause for concern.   and concern ensue if baby has not ingested enough ounces of milk or spoonfuls of oatmeal, has had too few hours of sleep, or hasn’t burped and pooped the usual amounts. It’s all about the numbers and the norms, […]

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Living: Getting Your Man to the Doctor

This month, I share a bit of tongue-in-check advice for getting your man to visit the doctor.   many women will attest, it is often difficult to get men to go see their physicians. Generally speaking, we all fear the unknown, and when it comes to the mystery of the human body, many of us […]

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Living: It’s More Than Physical

I was a newbie therapist eons ago, I had difficulty asking a couple, who were in the office for marital therapy, about their sex life. Raised way before the sexual revolution and when bras were never mentioned, much less burned, sex had always been a somewhat taboo subject and certainly not a topic one spoke […]

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Living: Recognizing an Eating Disorder

February is Eating Disorder Awareness Month, drawing attention to a disease that can often be difficult to identify, especially early on. What follows is valuable information regarding both symptoms and statistics, information that could be the first step in helping someone get much-needed help.   n my profession, there are few diagnoses that have a […]

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Living: To Do or Not To Do

By the time you read this, you’ll be in the midst of holiday hustle and bustle, but it’s not too late to enjoy the season.   weeks is a long time to maintain the energy it takes to continue a “normal life,” as well as the addition of all the activities involved in holiday celebrations. […]

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