Articles to Support Your Health and Well-being
What can we do when we find ourselves engaging with others in a negative way?
Are you sure you have ‘found the one’ or still deciding if a relationship is good for you, at all!
Domestic violence or abuse can happen to anyone. Find out how to recognise the signs and where to get help.
Friends and intimate relationships bring more happiness into our lives than virtually anything else.
Abuse occurs when people mistreat or misuse other people, showing no concern for their integrity or innate worth as individuals, and in a manner that degrades their well-being. Abusers frequently are interested in controlling their victims. The following service providers offer services for victims of abuse across Canada,.
What do you do if you're in a romantic relationship with somebody who physically emotionally or sexually abuses you?
Struggling with a new move? Here are some things to consider when coping.
Create a system, in which each of you are thinking, feeling, and behaving in predictable or understandable ways in response to the actions of each other.
What is CBT, what can it be used for and why is it so beneficial in dealing with mental health challenges?
Tips and strategies for coping with COVID
Some tips for managing the isolation we're facing during the COVID-19 pandemic
Putting yourself in anothers' shoes can be the most powerful way to create connections and resolve conflict. Learn more about the power of empathy.
It can be difficult to go from seeing someone everyday to only seeing their status updates on Facebook.
What’s a strong friendship made of? The recipe for a strong friendship is quite simple.
"What have I done?", "That breakup was totally my fault." -- These are the voices of guilt and shame. Let's talk about it.
Have you heard the adage “Love means never having to say you’re sorry”? Turns out, that’s not such a great idea.
Sometimes we get into relationships that drain energy from us. How do we get out?
The end of a relationship can cause physical, emotional, and mental distress. Here's how you can work through your pain in order to move forward.
Do you sometimes have trouble saying "no"? Don't worry - you're not alone!
Sometimes a relationship can feel like a road trip and things can get a little bumpy if your partner has a mental illness.
Sleep is an integral part of recovering from a heartbreak. The most important part is to establish a regular routine that will reinforce rest and relaxation.
Telehealth can help make mental health services easier and more convenient to access and provide.
It seems like it's become harder and harder to date. How on earth do we make sense of the messy online dating scene?
Even couples who have a happy marriage can experience bumps on the road to retirement bliss.
Although relationships have their 'heavenly moments' they require work to keep those heavenly moments alive and continuing.
Know what the signs are - look out for those who need us most
According to Dr. Gary Chapman, there are five different ways we can express love to a partner. These are called the love languages.
Becoming aware of the forms that abuse can take helps you to be better prepared to recognize such behavior as abusive. Once you are able to label abuse, you can begin to take steps necessary to stop it from happening or repeating.
To keep your relationships strong, you have to put in some effort. Consider how these ideas might apply to you.
It’s more than saying “I love you” and celebrating an anniversary together.
Abuse occurs when people mistreat or misuse other people, showing no concern for their integrity or innate worth as individuals, and in a manner that degrades their well-being. So why do the victims of abuse stay?