Family Counseling
    • 20 MAY 17
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    May  National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

    May National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

    Family Practice Associates of Lexington is supporting the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition in honor of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. During the month of May, we challenge all adults to get 30 minutes of physical activity every day.   The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend that adults: Aim for 2

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    • 01 MAR 17
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    Strong Enough

    This one comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s the tough guy who does manual labor or who is a big time athlete. Sometimes it’s the high-powered business person who manages hundreds of people. Sometimes it’s the soldier or police officer who believes the image must stay intact. Sometimes it’s the woman who grew

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    • 25 FEB 17
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    A Marriage Covenant

    A Marriage Covenant

    Raleigh M. Kincaid, LMFT One of the things that I sometimes do when I work with couples is to help them create a document that reflects the values and ideas that we have been working on and that they believe are integral to their making positive and sustainable changes in their relationship. I was looking

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    • 02 JAN 17
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    The Power of Ritual

    I heard a guy on the radio last week talking about how absurd things like New Years Resolutions are. His contention has some logic. He said that if you need to make a change or fresh start, the date doesn’t matter. If you realize on May 19th that you need to lose weight, just start

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    • 02 DEC 16
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    The Season of Hope

    I remember many years ago hearing a sermon on perseverance. The preacher’s contention was that perseverance is the greatest human attribute. That is, we are at our best when we choose not to throw in the towel even when throwing in the towel seems like a reasonable choice. I took that seriously and for most

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    • 28 NOV 16
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    Round and Round We Go

    Round and Round We Go

    Have you ever heard yourself start a sentence with the words, “Well, I only did/said that because you/they…..”? You know you have. And I’ll bet when you said it you felt, or were attempting to feel, very justified. I see it in the therapy room all the time with couples who, even with big bad

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