The Pivot Blog entry by Cody Harper MSW RSW The following mental exercise is something that both myself and my clients are using to manage our responses in arguments or heated discussions with other people. But it comes with a controversial idea that I would like you to consider for a moment: Other people don’t […]
50 Rules for a happy life
A therapist’s guide to contentment and growth.
How to Manage Resentment
What can you do? How to you resolve the uncomfortable feeling of resentment that we all experience from time to time?
Eating Disorders and Early Recovery
Eating Disorders and Early Recovery is a complicated process to navigate and can be fatal if left untreated.
Rethinking Fatherhood from Producing to Persisting
Understanding Empathy Blog entry by Dan McMillan M.Ed. R.Psych. Congratulations, you’re a dad! You’re excited and determined. Something inside you really wants to be good at this. You want to be a great dad. Maybe even better than your own. Throughout your pre-fatherhood life, you were sure you would be one day. During her pregnancy, […]
Understanding Empathy Blog entry by Virginia Sherban MSW. Reg. Social Worker The fundamental key to achieve understanding, and ultimately better connections, in all types of human relationships, is empathy. As I understand it, empathy can be defined as the efforts we make to try to understand someone from their own perspective. It involves having to […]
3 Ways to Help Couples Build Sexual Safety after Trauma
3 Ways to Help Couples Build Sexual Safety after Trauma: Sexual trauma often complicates sex for couples.
The Perils of Texting
The Perils of Texting: We fall into this trap every day. Texting is a limited form of conversation prone to misunderstandings and negative bias.