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How to deal with a bully at work

A lot of my clients ask how to handle a person who is difficult to deal with at work. Work is a second home for many of us, where we spend most of our time. We don’t get to choose … Continue reading

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How to mend a broken heart

After a breakup, there are a number of ways to cope as you experience the symptoms of withdrawal. Depending on how you cope, you can end up feeling better or worse. There are a few things you can to do … 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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How to release stress

Stress comes from lack of trust that things will work out. If we genuinely trusted in our future, we would experience less anxiety and fear of what could go wrong. But simply having trust can be really hard to grasp … Continue reading

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6 reasons to see a therapist

If you feel unhappy and stuck in your life, it’s time for change. The benefit of therapy is that it helps you stop being on autopilot, tune into your life and get clear on the things that are holding you … Continue reading

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Evolving relationships with aging parents

I was recently on The Social discussing how to deal with aging parents in a happy, healthy way. At some point, most people will deal with aging parents. The transitions that accompany the aging process can be tough. We can … Continue reading

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Are you sick of her living in the past?

With many of the couples I counsel, I’ve noticed men complain about women bringing up the past. Yes men sometimes live in the past too, but for some reason, this tends to be more of a female tendency. Before criticizing … Continue reading

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How To Stay Civil With Your Ex

Most of our romantic relationships are complicated, making a breakup even harder. Many of us find it difficult to stay friends with an ex, whereas others seem to transition into the friend zone quite easily. Here are four scenarios and … Continue reading

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Are You A Workaholic?

Do you find yourself thinking more about your “to do” list than your social or family life? This is just one sign of workaholism. Other signs include working after hours, on weekends or through your lunch break, feeling guilty or … Continue reading

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This Too Shall Pass

Our mood is an ever-changing entity. It will continue to change throughout our lifetime, based on a variety of factors. When you are depressed, you can often feel as if you are in a dark tunnel, with no light at … Continue reading

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