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This guest blog is from one of NFRC’s volunteer peer counselors; out of respect for her family’s privacy, we will call her Ilene. Going through a divorce can be mind-numbingly complicated. If you’re the person asking for the divorce then you’ve p...

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Graduation can be stressful for parents and children alike, yet this already stressful time can feel even more fraught for children of separation and divorce. The fact that there are two separate parents in the picture can make organizing events, seating,...

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(photo that appeared on FB) On Wednesday, May 4, 2016, Edgar Wiggins, National Family Resiliency Center board member and a long-time NFRC peer counselor, and Meghna Sreenivas, student and NFRC teen peer counselor testified before the Howard County Council...

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Did you know that NFRC offers its co-parenting seminars in Spanish and English? One of NFRC’s interns has some great  observations to share about the Spanish Parenting Seminar. This is a guest blog is written by Anna V. ¿Sabías NFRC ofertas los semin...

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As the school year comes to a close and before everyone scatters for the summer, I would like to thank a very special group of children, teens and adults—NFRC’s peer counselors. Peer counselors are like mailmen – nothing fazes them ̵...

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NFRC’s 5K For Families is just around the corner. Check out our new video for information about the event. NFRC’s 12th annual 5K for Families will be held Saturday, September 24th at Lake Kittamaqundi in Columbia, MD. The 5K for Families event...

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When a marriage is in crisis it is one of the most challenging times you may face in a lifetime. Children learn from what they see modeled around them. The confusion of parents in disagreement can be unsettling, to say the least. But it is the tension, th...

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