“Parental Love”

by Martine Bacci-Siegel It is a well-known fact that warm-loving parents create equally warm and loving children. Through this relationship, your children would learn things about life initially. It has been found that young people, who grow in and around secure attachment, stand a much better chance of developing happy and content relationships with others … Continue reading “Parental Love”


Combating Elder Abuse

by Martine Bacci Siegel Elder abuse is a significant problem in the United States; over 500,000 cases of mistreatment against adults aged 60 or more are reported annually. During State Fiscal Year 2015, the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services received 30,037 calls for reports concerning adults 60 years and older. Those calls were screened and … Continue reading Combating Elder Abuse

“Journey Of Hope” Catholic Divorce Care Program

“Divorce is a detour, not a dead-end.” Do you know someone who is struggling with the pain of divorce? The “Journey of Hope” program is a proven means of providing hope and healing through the teachings and the sacraments of the Catholic Church. A new 15 week session of the program is beginning on January … Continue reading “Journey Of Hope” Catholic Divorce Care Program

“Holiday Depression”

by Martine Bacci-Siegel The holiday season is a time full of joy, cheer, parties, and family gatherings. However, for many people, it is a time of self-evaluation, loneliness, reflection on past failures, and anxiety about an uncertain future. What Causes Holiday Blues? Many factors can cause the "holiday blues": stress, fatigue, unrealistic expectations, over-commercialization, financial … Continue reading “Holiday Depression”