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Pastor/Chaplain Frances Cobian is a certified pre-marital counseling provider with Dade and Broward County. Upon finishing four hours of pre-marital counseling with Pastor/Chaplain Frances Cobian, you can obtain a certificate to have your marriage license fee reduced by $32.50 and waive the waiting period for your marriage license.
Conflict is inevitable in any relationship. Learning appropriate conflict management skills at the beginning of a relationship will make you better equipped to deal with problems as they occur.
Pastor/Chaplain Frances Cobian provides pre-commitment ceremony counseling to couples that would like to strengthen the bonds that hold them together to last an eternity. Research has shown that learning appropriate communication skills early in a relationship as opposed to later when problems arise is much more effective. Divorce prevention based counseling will focus on exploring shared desires and making joint commitments to obtain long lasting satisfaction from your relationship. Together, you will perfect the communication skills needed to express your wishes in a way that will increase fulfillment of your longings.
Pastor/Chaplain Frances Cobian will complete an initial assessment with you to ascertain your values for your relationship. She will work with you to ensure that you are working to bring out the best from each other. Together you will create the foundation for a life time of happiness.
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“We think the course was very insightful and provides a great deal of useful information that we can reference ongoing throughout our marriage.”
“My fiancé and I just wanted to thank you so much for the WONDERFUL information you have provided in this course. It hit a lot of great issues, and we can tell that you have certainly done your homework on what could damage most marriages. I have read the information front to back at least twice. We are glad to have taken this opportunity and to retain the knowledge you have provided.”
“We actually found it wonderfully useful and I was shocked to see that it was LITERALLY listing things we're going through in our relationship and giving words to things we couldn't quite fully express ourselves. Thanks so much. I really do think it'll help to make our marriage a stronger one.”
“We enjoyed the course. We feel like it brought us even closer right before the big day. Thank you! “
“Thank you for the effort you put into the course. It was extremely helpful to us and we will definitely recommend it to friends who are contemplating marriage or are engaged.”
“We both loved the course so much and really feel closer, Thanks!”
“Thank you for all the information in this program it has really opened my eyes on how to communicate better.”
“Very helpful course. Thanks for the useful info for now we know we will not burn in fire. We know the word of God states better married than burn in the lake of fire.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on August 28, 2011 at 3:35 PM||comments (0)|
Is suicide common among children and young people?
In 2007, suicide was the third leading cause of death for young people ages 15 to 24.1 Of every 100,000 young people in each age group,the following number died by suicide:1
*Children ages 10 to 14 — 0.9 per 100,000
*Adolescents ages 15 to 19 — 6.9 per 100,000
*Young adults ages 20 to 24 — 12.7 per 100,000
As in the general population, young people were much morelikely to use firearms, suffocation, and poisoning than other methods ofsuicide, overall. However, while adolescents and young adults were more likelyto use firearms than suffocation, children were dramatically more likely to use suffocation.
There were also gender differences in suicide among young people, as follows:
*Nearly five times as many males as females ages 15 to 19 died by suicide.1
· Just under six times as many males as females ages 20 to 24 died by suicide
What are the risk factors for suicide?
Research shows that risk factors for suicide include:
*depression and other mental disorders, or a substance-abuse disorder (often incombination with other mental disorders). More than 90 percent of people who die by suicide have these risk factors.2
*prior suicide attempt
*family history of mental disorder or substance abuse
*family history of suicide
*family violence, including physical or sexual abuse
*firearms in the home,3 the method used in more than half of suicides
*exposure to the suicidal behavior of others, such as family members, peers, or media figures.2
However, suicide and suicidal behavior are not normal responses to stress; many people have these risk factors, but are not suicidal. Research also shows that the risk for suicide is associated with changes inbrain chemicals called neurotransmitters, including serotonin. Decreased levels of serotonin have been found in people with depression, impulsive disorders,and a history of suicide attempts, and in the brains of suicide victims.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on July 19, 2011 at 7:09 PM||comments (0)|
Dear Community Partner:
Please accept this invitation and save the date to be a part of Broward County’s most popular youth event. TAKE IT BACK II! “Re-Discovering Your Talent”, on Friday, August 5, 2011, at the Central Broward Regional Park, located at 3700 NW 11th Place, Lauderhill. The Honorable Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness of the Broward County Commission, District 9, in collaboration with OIC of Broward County Inc., and the Youth Advancement Coalition, Inc., along with multiple community partners would like to thank you in advance for your consideration in partnering with our youth in their effort to take back their community. This second annual event lengthens a series of planned events aimed towards educating and empowering our youth to recognize and effectively confront circumstances which lead to violence. This development activity is designed to redirect youth through positive engagement.
We seek to support and guide our youth in developing their skills, talents and abilities through the creative arts. This event supports the various initiatives to choose peace and stop violence. Youth will leave the event with a wealth of information which will enhance their knowledge, expose their talents and provide them with a greater understanding of positive self-expression.
We would like to request your support in making this event successful by extending an invitation to your youth groups to participate at our event. In addition, we seek community entities to provide tax deductible donations. All sponsors/supporters will be acknowledged in our event advertisements. We are anticipating approximately 1000-1500 students throughout Broward County. Last year’s first annual event was a huge success with over 500 youth in attendance. Not only are we nurturing talents, we are bringing out community resources to empower and enhance our future leaders for tomorrow.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Arlene Connelly, Director
Youth & Family Services Division
OIC of Broward County, Inc.
|Posted by houseofgodspower on June 23, 2011 at 4:21 PM||comments (0)|
On behalf of the partnership of Highway Outreach Newsletter, a non-profit organization and Leading Beyond Expectation Program it is with great honor we offer your business and or organization a great financial investment and life long legacy of opportunity for your business.
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