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Boundaries Group – Starting October 2

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Do you struggle to say no? Do you bend over backwards to help everyone else? Do you sacrifice your time and resources for others? Do you take responsibility for the actions and feelings of other people? Do you find yourself being talked into things you don’t initially want to do? Do you feel guilty for things that most people don’t even worry about?

Take this Boundaries Quiz see how you do with healthy boundaries:

If you can answer yes to any, or even many, of these questions, it is time to talk about boundaries. A boundary is the personal property line that defines who you are and who you are not (Cloud and Townsend, 1995). It is not mean or selfish to have boundaries. It is a form of self-care. Join us for a chance to learn more about boundaries and find support for yourself and others who want to make some positive, life-giving changes.


Whether you have picked up this pamphlet by happenstance, received it from someone, or viewed it online, please accept our invitation to join our Autumn Women’s Support Group at Cornerstone Family Services. This group is free of charge and there are no attendance requirements. You may come to as many sessions as you please. We simply ask that you come prepared to learn and to support other women like you in an environment of acceptance and healing.

“Second Saturday” Divorce Workshop: October 16

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The next Second Saturday Divorce Workshop will be held in Delaware, Ohio on October 16.

Second Saturday does not advocate for choosing to get divorced, but instead is geared to help people understand what is involved in the process, find resources to potentially help the marriage, and find resources if a couple has chosen to get divorced.

This workshop is for you if:

  • You are contemplating divorce
  • You are in the process of getting divorced.
  • You’ve already filed for divorce and are overwhelmed by the process.
  • You’re not sure what to do next.

You Will:

  • Explore the legal, financial and emotional aspects of divorce
  • Discover resources available to help you
  • Talk with others experiencing similar life changes
  • Learn from experts who have guided others through divorce

Registration is required and it is only $20. The registration link in coming soon!

Donations in Memory of Bob Uhle

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CornerStone is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and accepts donations to further their outreach to the central Ohio community. Accordingly, CornerStone offers reduced fee adjustments (scholarships) for those with qualified need in order to provide access to counseling for those with limited means to pay for services. In 2017, Cornerstone provided the equivalent of over $140,000 in pro bono services to over 200 families.

Donors may choose to designate their donation “In Memory of Robert Uhle” by checking the box in the donation form:

All messages submitted via the donation form will go to the Uhle Family.

Bob Uhle

Bob Uhle – A Tribute

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Bob UhleWith a grieving heart we are announcing that the beloved founder of CornerStone Family Services, Bob Uhle, peacefully passed away on August 20, 2018. While living on this earth, Bob demonstrated the life of Philippians 1:21: “For me to live is Christ” and is now experiencing the joy of the second half of the verse, “and to die is gain,” as he is more fully in the presence of his Lord Jesus Christ.

Part of Bob’s legacy – beyond the multitude of lives positively impacted by him directly – is the training and mentoring of the counselors and coaches at CornerStone Family Services. Knowing that his time on this earth was short, Bob labored to impart his vision and love for people in the staff and board of directors of CornerStone Family Services. We aim to continue to live out Bob’s vision and heart for people for decades to come.

As Bob laid out at the founding of the agency:  CornerStone Family Services strives to provide counseling that reflects the God-given worth of each individual regardless of their spiritual status in life. Our staff endeavors to promote the dignity, uniqueness, intrinsic value, and potential of our clients at whatever stage of life they encounter our services. No one can escape the pain and suffering this world has to offer. We strive as a community of like-minded professionals to combine the gifts, challenges, and opportunities God has given us to help others navigate life’s storms.

There will be a “Celebration of Life” for Bob at Upper Arlington Lutheran Church (Mill Run) on September 15th at 1:00pm. Further details will be posted at a later date.