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Archive for September, 2016

Question to Ask Your Marriage Counselor

Friday, September 16th, 2016
Marriage counselor

What are some things you would like to ask your marriage counselor?

Everyone enters their marriage expecting it to be easy. You’ve been with your spouse years before being married so you think you know each other well enough to commit the rest of your life to that person. But being in a relationship with a person is very different from being married to them. Once the wedding is over, you will have to live with that person, figure out how they spend their time, and get to know them without the “manners” portion of their personality. This can lead to many arguments and even some resentment. But if you truly love each other, you may be able to seek help with a certified marriage counselor. So how do you choose a marriage counselor to help your marriage? Let’s take a look at some questions you should ask your marriage counselor to figure out if they can help you. (more…)

How to Help Someone with PTSD

Friday, September 9th, 2016

How can you help someone living with PTSD?

We all know when someone we love is suffering even if they don’t show it. But when someone you care about if suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), it can leave you feeling overwhelmed, worried, and terrified. Even if this disorder leaves you feeling helpless, your support can make all the difference to your loved one. Let’s take a look at how PTSD changes relationships and how you can help someone with PTSD. (more…)

What is Asperger Syndrome?

Friday, September 9th, 2016
Asperger syndrome

It can be hard for children with Asperger syndrome to engage in everyday activities.

Asperger syndrome is a neurobiological disorder that is on the higher-functioning end of the autism spectrum. The symptoms of Asperger syndrome ranges from mild to severe and share many of the same characteristics as other disorders on the autism spectrum. But what is Asperger syndrome and how can it affect an individual living with this disorder? Let’s take a look. (more…)

At Family Service Foundation (FSF), a social services organization in Baltimore, Maryland, we are dedicated to providing advocacy and support to individuals with mental and physical disabilities that have recently left inpatient settings. Integration back into the community can be difficult; for that reason, each member of our team works to provide services specifically tailored to each individual and family that we work with. We believe that all individuals can achieve their highest levels of social, physical, and emotional well-being in the community when they have the proper support. FSF specializes in serving Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and individuals with intellectual disabilities. We also have American Sign Language interpreters on staff at all of our locations for the convenience of our Deaf and hard of hearing clients. For more information about The Family Service Foundation, please visit our website at or give us a call at 301-459-2121.
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