Monthly Archives: September 2014

4 ways to be a morning person

Every morning when you wake up, you have the opportunity to set yourself up for a good day. Here are a few simple and powerful tools you can use to improve your mindset and your overall mood first thing in … Continue reading

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How arguing can improve your relationship

Arguing is not always a bad thing, believe it or not. It’s not whether you argue with your partner, but how you argue, and more importantly how you reconcile after an argument. It’s healthy to have limits, say no and … Continue reading

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7 benefits of marriage counselling

Marriage counselling can be a very powerful way to forgive, heal and reconnect with your partner. Drawn from my experience as a couples therapist, here are 7 benefits of marriage counselling: 1. You get unstuck. Marriage counselling invites you to step … Continue reading

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How to break your bad habits

Most of us have bad habits, but we rarely think of the cost. When clients come into therapy wanting to break their bad habits, my first question to them is: “What is it costing you?” Thinking about the negative impact … Continue reading

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