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Is Your Child a Visual, Auditory or Kinesthetic Learner?

By |January 31st, 2019|General News|

Each child has a way of learning which resonates with them.  What type is your child? Understanding how your child processes information (and even how you do, too) will help you tailor instruction to a [...]

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Taking a Multivitamin and Omega-3s

By |December 28th, 2018|Depression, General News, Whole Person Care|

People today have pretty stressful lives.  I know I do, with the demands of running The Center, writing and speaking, commitments to my faith community, to say nothing of being my wife's husband and my [...]

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Bind Your Happiness to God’s Approval

By |November 28th, 2018|General News, Happiness, Recovery|

Over and over again, I have heard the anguished cry of someone saying to me, "But it's not fair!"  Often I cannot offer them anything more than agreement; their situation and what happened to them [...]

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Validate Yourself and Know Your Worth

By |October 27th, 2018|Depression, Happiness, Whole Person Care|

It is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking your worth as a person also comes from what you do instead of who you are.  It is also easy to see your worth [...]

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Dr. Gregory Jantz To Deliver Keynote Plenary Presentation at National American Association of Christian Counselors Conference in Dallas

By |September 28th, 2018|Press Release|

PRESS RELEASE Media Contacts: Adam Taff, 913.484.1140, adamt@aplaceofhope.com, Dr. Jantz Media Representative (Dallas, TX) September 28, 2018 – Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder of The Center • A Place of HOPE (www.aplaceofhope.com) in Edmonds, Washington, announced today he will [...]

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Technology: Keeping Track of Your Teenager

By |September 27th, 2018|Family Life|

“Where is Andy? Did you call his phone?” Brad was torn between frustration and concern, so he settled for both. “Of course, I did,” Brad’s wife, Janice, answered. “Just went to voice mail.” “Why’d we [...]

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Nothing is Etched in Stone

By |August 28th, 2018|Happiness, Whole Person Care|

On my desk at The Center in Edmonds, Washington, is a beautiful, flat rock.  Carved into this rock that I use as a paperweight are the words, "Nothing is etched in stone."  I keep this [...]

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When Risk-Seeking Crosses the Line

By |June 28th, 2018|General News, Recovery|

Risk-seekers can become addicted to much more than gambling. Risk-seeking becomes addictive when the risk behaviors cross the line into danger or obsession. Helping a person understand a risk-seeking addiction can be difficult because people [...]

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Mothers and Their Bond with Children

By |May 30th, 2018|Family Life, Happiness, Relationships|

Few would disagree that, on average, most moms tend to spend more minutes per day with children than do most dads.  Especially for young children, in most households, mothers are the primary caregivers as they [...]

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