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Anybody who tells you that having children doesn’t change you either doesn’t have children, or is a very bad parent. Having children changed me beyond description. I think, when you fall in love with your spouse, you do so with resources that … more
Dear Neil: All guys end up rejecting me. Upon meeting with them, I try to be responsive by asking them questions like: ”Do you like television show ‘X,’ what’s your favorite movie from when you were little, what activities do you like,” … more
Every year, somebody in Washington mentions that it might be a good idea to simplify the federal tax laws, and every year — oops! — this great idea falls through the cracks. And 2015 seemed like such a good opportunity. Instead, we regret to … more
Community Reach Center has school-based therapists stationed throughout Adams County schools that can work with students regarding cyberbullying issues by promoting healthy online behavior and appropriate cyberbullying response, as well as help … more
Dear Ask A Therapist, I work with kids between the ages of 8 and 18 every day. I wouldn’t change my job for the world. Getting to make a difference in a child’s life is very meaningful and rewarding. I am often one of the first people to … more
When Bill Ewing started the Northland Chorale in the fall of 1970, I wonder if he thought the group would still be going strong 46 years later. While directors, singers and volunteers from the north area have come and gone over the years, a core … more
In last week’s edition of the Westminster Window, Bill Christopher penned an opinion column offering his thoughts on Westminster City Council’s review of the Westminster Professional Firefighters Union’s petition, and its request to allow … more
If you are one of the 55 percent of individuals who file tax returns via a paid professional, this might be a good time to decide whether that person is meeting your needs and earning his or her fee. There are two main questions to ask right up … more
Colorado is known for its open space, trails, parks and being able to get a “breath of fresh air.” They all add to the quality of life for residents and visitors alike. We are known as an “outdoor people” with the Rocky Mountains at our … more
This week, sit in on my conversation with man-about-Westminster Bob Briggs, who moved to Westminster with his family in 1943, about 30 years after it was incorporated, and has called it home since. Judging by his long list of accomplishments, it’s easy to see that Westminster would not be the city it is today without the guidance and foresight of the determined former county commissioner and Westminster city councilman. more
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