Monthly Archives: March 2013

Depression & Suicide

DEPRESSION Over the holiday weekend, many people tend to experience an increase in feelings of sadness, stress, anxiety and hopelessness. This often occurs as there can be strain and pressure in the family. Also, if you are spending this weekend … Continue reading

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Habituation and Relationships

Habituation is a decrease in response to a stimulus after repeated presentations. So, with repeated appearances of something or someone, we develop a tolerance. This idea applies to most things in life, including relationships! In the beginning of a relationship, … Continue reading

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Stop Romanticizing Relationships

Loneliness is common while you’re single. We tend to romanticize what being in a relationship is like. So, you focus on all of the good things; making dinner together, a person to call when your car breaks down, or someone … Continue reading

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What’s Your Happiness Formula?

I believe that we all have a recipe for happiness. I notice that each of my clients have certain activities or behaviours that, when practiced regularly, can improve their mood. For one of my clients, exercise is the key to … Continue reading

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