As humans we are very lucky to be able to carry our most important tools with us all the time. I feel that the most important tool we have to use is our breath, and yet many times we do not use it effectively.

Just Breathe Through Struggle

As humans we are very lucky to be able to carry our most important tools with us all the time. I feel that the most important tool we have to use is our breath, and yet many times we do not use it effectively. Now, if you are like most of my clients, I can…

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Reduce stress

9 Unusual Ways To Reduce Stress – part 2

Reduce Stress with Play

Playing is not just for kids. In fact, not only should your kids be encouraged to play more but adults should as well. Play creates a physical and imaginary dimension different from that of every day. When we are on the swings and swinging high, we have no choice but to be “in the moment”. Happiness becomes more prominent when you are in the moment pushing stress aside.

The use of play has been found to relieve stress and depression by increasing endorphins. It has also been found to promote connection within relationships and therefore improve them.

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reduce stress

9 Unusual Ways To Reduce Stress – part one

With the increase in stress day by day, more and more people are suffering from stress related illnesses, which can include ailments such as compromised immune system, pain in muscles and joints, high blood pressure, ulcers and heart disease, as well as the psychological fallout from stress which includes increased anger, anxiety and depression to…

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8 Most Effective Anger Management Tips

8 Most Effective Anger Management Tips

Ok, so you have a temper. You have been called angry. What are you going to do about it? Here are eight anger management tips that work. Willingness to Change: The first question you need to ask yourself is “Am I willing to change?” If you want to change, you will. But you need to…

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Strategies for Coping with Stress

3 Strategies for Coping with Stress

We have all felt stress before, sometimes it can be extremely overwhelming and sometimes it can act as a motivator. You might feel that your general energy is low, or you may experience frequent headaches, digestive issues or general aches, pains, and tense muscles. Sometimes stress manifests itself as chest pain and rapid heartbeat which…

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What is Normal Anger

6 Ways to Tell if your Anger is Normal

Is Your Anger Normal? What does ‘normal’ look like anyway? With anger management becoming such a hot topic (Charlie Sheen is taking it, Pink has taken it, Lindsey Lohan has been court ordered to do some form of Psychological Counselling which will probably include Anger Management among a host of other things), it raises the…

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Calling All Wellness Professionals

Calling all therapists, wellness professionals and healers who deal and struggle with helping their clients achieve optimal emotional health. Do you long for a space where you can discuss difficult client cases and get feedback from other clinicians?  A space where you can learn how to implement different modalities and fill your toolbox so that…

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How to Take the Sting Out of Interactions With Your Ex

How to Take the Sting Out of Interactions With Your Ex

Let’s imagine a few scenarios with your ex that can hit you where it hurts and leave you feeling bitter toward your co-parent. Then we’ll break down the behavior to take the sting out and keep things positive and constructive. Scenario 1: You stop by your ex’s to pick up the kids. He or she…

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