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Work-Life Balance

 
We live in a busy world.  We are expected to work 8 hours a day, sit in traffic for 1-2 hours, drive the kids to hockey practice, watch their piano recitals, then come home to cook dinner and pack lunches...

What is communication?

 
 
It is the ability to transform our thoughts and emotions into words and convey them in a manner that is understood and heard by other people. However, interacting with people in day to day life sometimes can be difficult and...

Mind Mapping and Mind Masking

 
Mind mapping is the brain-based psychology of interacting with other people. It’s the brain’s ability to make a mental map of another person’s mind. Mind mapping is an intuitive process, and it satisfies our inherent desire to figure out other...

Look at The Relationship with Yourself First

The most important relationship you have is with yourself, yet it is the one that often becomes neglected. Sometimes you give so much to other relationships that it leaves little energy and desire to nurture the relationship with yourself. What...

You’ve Been The Same You Your Entire Life

“Who am I?” – it’s a question that comes up a lot not only in the therapy room, but in many stages of our lives. And although it is a common (and completely normal) question, it seems to be one...

Beating the Holiday Blues

 
Winter. Is. Coming! And we’re not alone in wanting to prepare for the change in weather. When the weather starts to change, many animal species begin to prepare for this. Birds migrate to warmer climates, bears retreat into a den, while...

What is Your Superpower?

What is a Superpower?
We often think about fictional heroes with special characteristics or abilities when we think about superpowers. These characteristics or abilities help them overcome their obstacles to achieve the goals that they have set out to accomplish. Similarly...

Emotions as Signals: What are They Signaling to You?

Most people will say that there are positive and negative emotions. Some emotions make us feel happy and more positive, and some emotions bring on distressing feelings. However, all emotions are normal parts of the human experience. When we put...

R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

As a tribute to the late Aretha Franklin, today we’re going to talk about R.E.S.P.E.C.T.  In 1967, Aretha taught us a little about relationships and reminded us that a little respect can go a long way.
 
Couple’s therapy experts, John and...

Infidelity

 
Common myths about infidelity:

It only happens in unhealthy relationships.
If a man strays it is the woman’s fault.
Couples who are unhappy will cheat.
He did not give her enough attention.
It only happens in heterosexual relationships.
It is always men who cheat.
An affair is...