Family Therapy | Family Relationships

Read inspiring stories of families healing, families meeting and families reuniting.

Family relationships can be complex, and siblings, children or parents can hold grudges for many years, but it’s heartening to hear stories of forgiveness and resolution.

If family is important to you, this section will speak to your heart. Who knows? You might even find that reading this is like family therapy for yourself!

Rags to Riches Story Proves That The American Dream Still Exists

Rags to Riches Story Proves That The American Dream Still Exists

How Founder Of Fit Body Boot Camp Went From Poor And Homeless To Successful Businessman. Growing up in USSR-ruled Armenia during the 1970s, Bedros Keulilan lived a lifestyle centered on the farfetched ideal of the American Dream. His father, who lived a relatively comfortable life in the Communist Party, saved his money with the goal of declaring his family as political refuges in Italy. After arriving in Italy, Bedros’ family then traveled to America, but minus all of their savings, which they had used just to escape. Bedros’ parents and siblings started a tailoring business to support themselves. Still, Bedros often found himself digging through dumpsters for food to feed the entire family. Through these early experiences, Bedros absorbed the value of hard work. He knew that despite his family’s hardships, he was fortunate to be in America.  In high school, Bedros figured he would become a mechanic, as he ...
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World Music Artist Karsh Kale On Overcoming Adversity In The Music Business And In Life

World Music Artist Karsh Kale On Overcoming Adversity In The Music Business And In Life

By Michael Nova How A Musician Can Find His Path In The Music Industry By Paving His Own Road Karsh Kale is best-known for his work as a world music artist,  mixing various genres of music together to create what is known as the Asian underground genre. Melding together rock, pop, electronica and ambient music with Indian classical and folk music, he was one of the first to pioneer the sound, and now tours worldwide performing, in between gigs producing artists and composing music for film and TV. A self-taught musician, Karsh hooked up with Bill Laswell to join Tabla Beat Science, with Zakir Hussain, Talvin Singh, Trilok Gurtu and Sultan Khan in 2000.  As a DJ and electric tabla player, he caught the ear of Six Degrees Records and was signed to a record deal, releasing his first solo album, Realize, in 2001. Since then, he's released six more ...
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Pioneering Indian Pro Basketball Player Inspires a Nation On How to Become Successful

Pioneering Indian Pro Basketball Player Inspires a Nation On How to Become Successful

By Justin Cutler. Santam Singh:  The First Indian-Born Player To Be Drafted in the NBA Hopes To Open Doors For Basketball In His Homeland And Help His Family. Most NBA fans are unfamiliar with the name Satnam Singh. As the 52nd overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft, Singh’s potential is still unknown. However, regardless of what his future in basketball holds, the 21-year-old descendant of India has already made history. Growing up, basketball was much more than a game to Singh. His father, who is almost as tall as Singh, is the head of the village and his biggest supporter. He made Satnam see basketball as a way out of this home village of Ballo Ke, which is a rural area populated by about 700 people. The village is filled with homes that lack basic amenities such as protective windows and heating. Singh comes from a family of wheat ...
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How To Make It In The Music Industry - An Interview With Mark Desvaux

How To Make It In The Music Industry – An Interview With Mark Desvaux

As a serial entrepreneur, Mark Desvaux ran several successful businesses and moved on to the music industry, where he released two best-selling albums with his music group, Urban Myth Club, performing at the UK's Glastonbury Festival three times, and signing a publishing deal with Warner Bros. Mark is also is is also an author and internationally known speaker, and he has founded several nonprofit organizations, including Foodshare, where he inspired 7,500 school children to grow and donate produce to local charities. When Mark speaks of the interactions he has with his own children, he asks a simple question of them each day, in order to empower them. We think you'll enjoy the question and the concept behind it. Mark's diverse life experiences have led him to become a life coach inspiring others, but he had to overcome some adversity to become the success that he is today. Here's our interview ...
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Best Selling Author Explains How To Overcome Addictions And Fear of Intimacy To Heal Our Relationships

Best Selling Author Explains How To Overcome Addictions And Fear of Intimacy To Heal Our Relationships

By Michael Nova and Matthew Le Blanc. Addiction Rehab And Therapy Helped Heal Damaged Family Relationships. Thomas Gagliano is a best-selling author who quit his successful business in order to help others. To achieve this goal, Thomas went back to school and received his MSW at age 51. His first best-selling book, The Problem Was Me: How to End Negative Self-Talk and Take Your Life to a New Level, with Dr. Abraham Twerski  explores how we sabotage our lives because of a fear of intimacy. His second book, Don't Put Your Crap in Your Kid's Diaper: The Clean Up Cost Can Last a Lifetime was released in 2015. Tom is a life coach, published author, and a keynote speaker with a Master’s degree in social work. He also leads both men and women’s groups, and also works with families, so that parents can provide their children the positive messages that ...
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