Monthly Archives: February 2006

Be a super model of health for children

Salt Lake Tribune How do we protect our children from eating disorders? Although I was fairly young, I still remember that delicious plate of fresh-baked cookies presented by my precious grandmother as she asked, “Elizabeth, would you like one?” Before I could answer and dive in for a taste of heaven, someone named “Mother” promptly […]

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Valentine’s survival strategies

Salt Lake Tribune Valentine’s Day. What’s the first thing that comes to mind? Stupid or Cupid? For singles, it can seem like an unbearable holiday that can’t end early enough. For marrieds, it may seem like yet another ultra-romantic set-up by the greeting card, candy, and jewelry industries — and to think you just barely […]

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How do we get over our sexual shame?

Salt Lake Tribune Marital intimacy is not an easy topic to talk or write about but one that is essential to marriage. Busy married couples with demanding children must make their marital bond a priority. Yeah, right! Easy for me to say as an unmarried, childless professional. Perhaps the best that couples can do is […]

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