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Category: Relationships

Living, Packing, and Constant Moving: How To Support Two-Family Children

 A Child’s Struggle to Manage Transitioning Between Two Homes Because of Divorce Today, many children live out of a suitcase – packing and then unpacking their lives every week. When parents divorce, a child’s world is significantly different. For many children, they describe the challenges of transitioning between two homes.…

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6 Simple Steps To Manage Conflict at Home or Work

We can often find ourselves in the difficult situation of trying to navigate a strong difference of opinion with another person. Differences of opinion can lead to conflicts that can be hurtful and end up being unresolved. These situations can occur in our personal, work, or other areas of our…

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Conflict in your Relationship with your Partner: To be “Right” or to be “Effective”

For many years I have provided couples therapy. Generally, at the heart of most committed couples who come to see me, are the challenges of not knowing how to maneuver around conflict. When couples first meet, each of them could do no wrong. There was often a higher degree of…

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So What Are Healthy Boundaries in Loving Relationships?

For the most part, people who enter into loving relationships connect for many different reasons. Passion, connection, fun, mutuality, and excitement may be some of the initial reasons couples connect into loving relationships. Although these qualities are valuable and important, can they keep love ALIVE!? The long and short to…

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How to Support Children within Blended Families

According to Stats Canada, 4 in 10 first time marriages will end in divorce. Approximately 40% of families end up in transitions leading to significant changes for parents and children. Blended families are now the new reality in our Canadian society. At the heart of the “blended” family are the…

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