Monthly Archives: November 2014

How to be a happy commuter

For many of us, the commute to and from work brings anxiety and frustration because it is outside of our control, and we don’t like the feeling that our time is wasted. After spending all day at work, the few … Continue reading

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Are you settling? How to know if you’re caught up in the wrong relationship

Settling involves suppressing your desires, usually because you believe that what you want is unattainable. You might tell yourself that your expectations are too high, or that you don’t deserve what you want. Settling is a sign that your partner … Continue reading

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How to survive a job you hate

In my 10 years of experience as a psychotherapist, I’ve worked with a lot of clients who hate their jobs. A lot of us spend most of our waking hours at work, and if we’re unhappy at work it can … Continue reading

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Learn the five love languages to deepen the connection with your partner

I have some bad news – you may not be loving your partner the way they want to be loved. Depending on your partner’s love language, they may want you to show your love in a different way. I will … Continue reading

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4 ways to get through the cold winter months

Well, it looks like it’s that time again. It’s getting colder. It’s getting darker. Time to find your big winter jacket and boots. Most of us dread this part of the year. Here are some tips that will help you get … Continue reading

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