I feel lonely in this relationship. We can’t talk without an argument. Our sex life is practically non-existent. Can we heal from an affair? I want us to be happy again.
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There are lifestyle strategies that support mental health. Take the Quiz to see if your emotion regulators are in need of a tune up. Sometimes due to current circumstances or past history we become vulnerable to low self esteem or
Did you know that only a generation ago couples counselling was less likely to help your relationship than muddling through things on your own? Now, we have great research on what makes healthy relationships ‘tick’ thanks to people like John
Over the course of a lifetime we all face losses. Sometimes these losses are so significant or frequent that they change the very way we view ourselves, our life or the world around us. The fatigue factors related to grief
7 Principles for Making Marriage Work Workshop… This is a wonderful event to strengthen any relationship for happy or discontented couples. This couples workshop based on a one day format allows couples to focus on themselves and apply all the
Losses associated with a relationship breakdown are multiple and intense. Not only are our financial, housing, and normal routines changed but also our very identity. We are no longer someone’s husband, wife or partner. Who are we now? We ache
Learn methods to reduce worry, panic, improve sleep and slow down racing thoughts; Techniques such as ‘mindfulness’, relaxation, breathing, and distraction are all useful approaches to slow down the brain and some of the ‘fight or flight’ neurochemicals. These are