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Are You in a Relationship with a Narcissistic Person?

Are You in a Relationship with a Narcissistic Person

Narcissists have an inflated sense of their own importance, as well as a deep need for excessive attention and admiration. Their personality can lead to troubled relationships with family, friends, and coworkers since they often lack empathy for others. They face problems in many areas of life, their relationships, at work, at school, at home, with

Dealing with the Effects of COVID

Dealing with the Effects of COVID

In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, hopeless, depressed, and anxious. Nataxja Cini, MSW, RSW, speaks with CTV news anchor Leslie Roberts about dealing with the effects of COVID and ways to manage your anxiety and other emotions during this latest lockdown in April 2021. How Are We Feeling

How to Help a Child with Anxiety – Expert Tips for Parents

Signs A Child has Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns for children and their parents. Especially right now, when our children and teens are not attending in-person school, and not hanging out with their friends in person. But how can you, as a parent, tell if your child’s anxiety is interfering with their everyday life?

Coronavirus Anxiety is Understandable – What Can You Do?

Coronavirus Anxiety is Understandable

You’re Not Alone, and You CAN Overcome the Feeling  If constantly reading and being exposed to all the coronavirus news is making you feel stressed, you’re not alone. Many people are sharing their worries with their families, friends, and publicly on social media. Experts say overloading on information about coronavirus, how it can impact your

Lack of Sex in a Relationship – Causes and Solutions

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Having an intimate and satisfying sex life is an important part of a loving relationship for couples. But why does a couple’s sex life fizzle out? How much sex is enough sex? How often should a couple be intimate in a close and loving partnership? Does it matter? What are some of the main reasons

COVID-19 Counselling

Counselling

All the Help You Need to Support Your Mental Health During COVID-19 To our valued clients, We hope you are well and managing to steer through these trying and constantly changing times. During this period of uncertainty, it is important for us to care for our basic needs of health and safety, including our emotional

What are you doing for Self-Care?

As we keep on being in shut down, it’s important for us to remember Self-care is more important now as we have less connections with people. Life can sometimes become overwhelming. Self-care can improve your mood, reduce anxiety, and teach you how to treat others. If you are experiencing: 1) poor sleep or sleeping more2)

Empower your Child to kick Anxiety to the Curb

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Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns for children and their parents. But how can you, as a parent tell is your child’s anxiety is interfering with their everyday life? A Quick Anxiety Quiz Does your child often complain about headaches, tummy aches, or not feeling well and there is no medical

Coping with Back to School Anxiety for Parents

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Moms and Dads school this year is just going to be different. We’ re all going to be reaching differently to school this year and that’s OK. For many families heading back to school will be a relief as we try to get back into what is our usual routine. Your child in Primary School

Social Distancing in the Age of Covid-19 and Keeping Emotional Connected

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting advice from public health to stay home as much as possible (depending on your job), avoid gathering in groups and keep clear of close contact with other people even on the street has intensified the harm that social isolation causes many people. How do we manage Social distancing in order