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monogamy
Anxiety & Depression

How Important is Monogamy in a Relationship?

While the definition of monogamy can seem obvious, there are actually several definitions, and our understanding of monogamy is changing as our personal relationships evolve.  …

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cope with grief
Anxiety & Depression

How to Cope with Grief, Loss and Death

The reality is that even as adults, when we lose a parent or loved one, it is usually a very painful loss. It doesn’t matter …

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depression and anxiety
Anxiety & Depression

Depression and Anxiety in Adults and Teens

Depression and anxiety disorders are different, but people with depression often experience symptoms similar to those of an anxiety disorder, such as nervousness, irritability, and …

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post traumatic stress disorder
PTSD

Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Originally understood as the after effects of war on certain military veterans, we now know that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition …

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anger management
Anger Management

Anger Management – how can I control my anger and frustration?

While anger is a normal, healthy emotion, it can develop into a serious problem if you find it difficult to keep under control. Feelings of …

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family counselling
Relationships

How family counselling can improve your life at home

Different types of family dynamics – when you are experiencing difficulty communicating, connecting, or socialising with your family. Are you part of a blended family?  …

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Family Systems
Relationships

Why your Family System is integral to achieving success in adult relationships.

Perhaps no single issue is of greater importance for families than the one of marital conflict. When couples fail to successfully negotiate the emotional difficulties …

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coping on social media
Anxiety & Depression

Is Your Teenager Really Coping on Social Media?

These days, teenagers have a bad reputation for being moody, lazy, ungrateful and spoiled. Our personal teenage years are remembered by many parents as a …

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