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While each family handles discipline differently, one mom on Reddit shared her family’s particularly unique approach: Her kids have the power to put their parents in timeout. Here’s what experts, including Maison Vie New Orleans’ own Susan Harrington, think about this unique time-out approach.

Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Harrington of Maison Vie New Orleans is helping to understand the importance of World Mental Health Day and how you can help someone with a mental illness.

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Amid a citywide landscape cluttered with self-serving signs and messages, one local business is providing love to locals with no strings attached. Maison Vie New Orleans Therapy and Counseling is running a month-long initiative that coincides with World Mental Health Day on Thursday, Oct. 10, as part of its mission to support people and families with health and happiness.

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Whether you’ve been with your partner for a few weeks or for almost a year, you probably spend a lot of your free time together. It can sometimes be hard to tell if, early on, you’re in a codependent relationship or if you’re just really close. While the difference might feel hard to grasp, a few key signs can let you know if the dynamics are healthy or not, according to experts like Maison Vie’s Susan Harrington.

Family relationships can be tricky, and chances are, yours comes with its own unique sets of challenges. But things can get exceptionally complicated once your ex’s significant other gets involved. Maison Vie’s Susan Harrington and other experts explain how moms can navigate these sometimes treacherous relationships.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Harrington of Maison Vie New Orleans talks with WVUE-TV Fox 8 about how families have the opportunity on Saturday, July 27th to learn how to eat healthy while stretching their dollar at Discovery Day 2019, a free community event at the Algiers Regional Library where attendees will gain money skills to maximize a family’s budget for health and wellness.

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One of the biggest challenges faced by families is creating and maintaining a financial budget. When discussing money, conversations between parents and their kids can lead to misunderstandings and cause feelings of resentment. But having a little more knowledge on the subject can help.

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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Harrington of Maison Vie New Orleans talks with WWL-TV about how she is helping give the entire family an opportunity to learn about how to eat healthy while stretching their dollar at Discovery Day 2019, a free community event at the Algiers Regional Library on Saturday, July 27th, that will teach money skills to maximize a family’s budget for health and wellness.

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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Harrington of Maison Vie New Orleans is interviewed on Sunday Journal with Hal Clark WYLD 98.5 FM about Discovery Day 2019, a free community event at the Algiers Regional Library on Saturday, July 27th, that will teach money skills to maximize a family’s budget for health and wellness.

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Looking to stretch your family’s money while still eating healthy? Local mental health services provider Maison Vie is hosting a free community on July 27th that aims to help.

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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Harrington of Maison Vie New Orleans shares insight as to why LGBTQ+ couples often double propose and why double proposals can be emotionally significant and fulfilling.

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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Susan Harrington of Maison Vie New Orleans shares tips on how to cope with difficult situations.

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Licensed Therapist Susan Harrington has some very helpful tips that can help you get over the “Worst day of the year.”

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Maison Vie is encouraging open communication this year and plans to change the “worst day of the year” into a positive experience with some local flare for good measure.

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The wintertime lull is here, according to mental health professionals warning about the so-called “Worst Day of the Year” on Jan. 21.

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