Tag Archives: guilt

3 ways to let go of guilt

Do you ever think about why you feel guilty when you say no to other people? There is something inside many of us that makes us feel like we have to say “yes” to others, even if saying yes means … Continue reading

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Are you staying married for the wrong reasons?

One of the things I notice with people who come into therapy is that many people often stay in an unhappy marriage out of fear of judgment. They fear the label of divorce, and what the people in their lives … Continue reading

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Surviving the holiday chaos

The holidays are here. This should be a time of holiday cheer and much deserved relaxation. But instead it is full of expectation and exhaustion for most, from travelling far to spending too much. Here are 3 key things you … Continue reading

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Spring clean the negative this year

Do you have people in your life who are negative? Why do you hold on to them? To create space for more empowering things in your life, it is sometimes necessary to let go of people who no longer serve … 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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Fire the Negative Voice in Your Head

Each one of us is made up of many parts. We have the critical part, the anxious part, the guilt-ridden part, and hopefully, the positive and encouraging part. Clients often ask me how to get rid of that negative voice … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Make the Love Languages Work for You

My last post was all about figuring out your own needs, as well as your partner’s. In a relationship where two people seem to constantly be trying, but never getting anywhere, their unhappiness can be a result of speaking different … Continue reading

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