Monthly Archives: July 2014

6 ways to tell if it’s a rebound or real love

When your heart hasn’t healed and your mind hasn’t let go of a past relationship (or past relationships), you bring your emotional baggage into new ones. Emotional baggage puts a damper on intimacy and emotional closeness, which can hold you … Continue reading

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Stop being controlling. Try a behaviour detox!

In my practice I’ve noticed that as we age, we can get stuck in our ways. The average age of marriage is now about 30 for both men and women in Canada. When those of us in our thirties enter … Continue reading

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5 habits happy couples have

As a couples therapist, I have noticed a few habits common to many happy couples. Whether you’re in the dating scene or committed, these habits can help you to build and maintain a happy, healthy relationship. 1. Asking about your … Continue reading

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How to handle the stress of moving in

When two people move in together, there’s often conflict at first. Some of my clients tell me they experience conflict over things like daily habits and routines when they move in with their partner. Moving in with your partner is … Continue reading

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