Tag Archives: healthy relationship

7 ways to support someone in counselling

Now more than ever, our community is telling us that they need support when dealing with mental health challenges. Each of us probably knows at least one person who is receiving or has received counselling in the past. As a … Read more

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13 Reasons Why – The show everyone is talking about

Whether you have read the book, watched the series, or heard about it in the news, the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why is the show everyone is talking about. Based on the novel of the same name by Jay Asher, … Read more

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Seniors and mental health – Why it’s never too late for counselling

According to 2016 Census Data, for the first time ever, the number of seniors in Canada is higher than the number of children. As of today, there are 5.9 million Canadian seniors, compared to 5.8 million Canadians aged 14 and … Read more

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The men’s health issue that isn’t being talked about

Our husbands, boyfriends, grandfathers, fathers, brothers, and sons are facing a mental health issue that isn’t being talked about. According to the 2016 “Stigma in Male Depression and Suicide: A Canadian Sex Comparison Study” done by UBC, the biggest challenge … Read more

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Tips for creating a healthy relationship that lasts

It’s easy to get caught up in the grand gestures of love and romance to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Couples share romantic dinners, exchange expensive gifts and those who plan to take the next step perform magnificent, YouTube worthy proposals, all … Read more

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