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Due, in large part, to its geographic location adjacent to Lake Michigan, the Chicago region experiences all four weather seasons. Residents of the region typically expect warm—even hot—summers and cold, snowy winters. In between, of course, are the transition seasons … Continue reading

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Since the advent of the internet and the proliferation of personal computers, we, as a global culture, live in a very interesting time. Our era has been called the Digital Age, the Computer Age, and the New Media Age, but … Continue reading

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“We’re staying together for the children, at least until they are out of school.” This idea probably sounds familiar. There is a good chance that you can think of at least one couple you know who, consciously or not, are … Continue reading

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Marriage, as most people are aware, can be extremely difficult. There are countless challenges and stresses that may arise, which, for many couples, can push a relationship to its breaking point and beyond. Certain factors may seem to increase a … Continue reading

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