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How to Improve Communication in Family Relationships

Many of the basic techniques for effective communication may be successfully applied in the home. Two of the key skills are listening and non-verbal communication. Teaching yourself and each of your family members how to build their listening and non-verbal communication skills is important for creating a strong foundation for successful communication in the family. […]

OCD – is it better to deal with it alone or involve others?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is probably one of the loneliest illnesses. There are so many reasons why those who are struggling with OCD will isolate themselves from their friends, family and loved ones. One of the biggest reasons is that the symptoms of OCD are embarrassing and many people struggling with the disorder feel ashamed […]

When anger consumes your life and how to get it under control

Is your temper getting you into physically violent situations and trouble with the authorities? Are work relationships deteriorating and your performance suffering from your anger? Are you feeling like you can’t control your temper? Maybe even avoiding people or situations because you know you’ll lose control? Do your family, colleagues or partner walk around on […]

How to grow your own – happiness, that is!

There are specific things we can do to personally influence how happy we are.  True, our genes play a role in how happy we are and so does our environment however, much of our happiness is created or not created by our daily habits and activities.  In fact, today’s psychology and brain research indicates that […]

How to stay confident when your family doesn’t accept you for who you are

Now, more than ever, young people are coming out to their parents as early as the age of 14. When families are supportive and accepting, this can be an enormously beneficial experience to the person coming out.  Family support increases self-esteem and often helps prevent or minimize feelings of depression, suicidal thoughts and risky behaviours. […]

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