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Dealing with Grief

There is no right or wrong way to work through grief, the important thing is that you work through it. If you’re struggling to cope with your grief here are five suggestions that may help: Allow yourself to feel everything The first step in the grieving process is to accept the reality of your loss and feel every emotion. You’re likely to experience sadness, anger and possibly guilt and those feelings can come in waves. Just be okay with your... read more

4 Strategies for Embracing Obstacles

If you’re facing some life challenges, it can be hard to remember that it’s normal to have obstacles crop up from time to time. Everyone has setbacks, disappointments, and tough times. But going through a rough patch doesn’t have to spoil your life. The key to thriving in the face of adversity is how you respond to the obstacles in your path. Here are four strategies to help you ride through and come out on top. Decide to embrace the obstacle... read more

Relationship Red Flags

Often there are red flags or warning signs that this may not be the right partner for you. And learning how to spot these red flags can help you avoid a heartbreaking or abusive relationship in the future. There are three types of red flags to look for: Concerns about your partners behaviour, personality traits, beliefs and values. Do they treat you, others, or themselves in harmful or unhealthy ways? Do you agree with their values and beliefs?... read more

The power of personal choice

All that you do or not do in your life comes from choice. You dis-empower yourself by feeling that you are not in control of your situation. Freedom is knowing that you have choice. You can justify your situation by saying, “I have no choice” “I can’t do anything to change my circumstances” “there is nothing I can do” etc. That is a false belief. You choose how you see your situation; there is never a... read more

Making Stress a Positive

Stress is a normal component of life. Although stress is associated as being negative, there is an opportunity for individuals to use stress and turn it into something productive. Stress is necessary in our lives, but what matters the most is how we respond to stress which will determine if it has a positive or negative outcome in your life. For some, when they experience stress, they may turn away to negative habits such as overeating or... read more

Break Out of Your Comfort Zone

A comfort zone is a low-stress situation or place where you feel at ease or safe. Staying within your comfort zone is appealing because it avoids risk. The downside of being in your comfort zone is that we can get too “safe” and not grow as a person and isolate from people to the point it stops us from doing life. Here are some ways to make sure you don’t get too comfortable. 1. Examine Your Daily Routine: Take a look at the types of day-to-day... read more

We do Skype Appointments

Is distance a problem? If you live in another city, state, or country (yes, we do have overseas clients), we offer appointments via Skype or phone.


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