April 1, 2020
By: Anna Guest, RTC
Things certainly feel strange right now, to say the least. Nothing as we know it is quite the same and from all angles the COVID-19 virus has impacted our lives, our families, our society … Read the rest
A virus we can’t see has changed our world. All of sudden, events are cancelled and places we counted on are closed. Individually, our … Read the rest
The world has been forced to slow down and take heed over the last few weeks and months, since this Pandemic started. It’s a strange time to be alive.
I can’t recall a bigger world event since 911 that has had the … Read the rest
Couples often ask me why they can’t seem to get out of their negative cycle and change the dysfunctional behaviors that often lead to escalating conflicts. I typically explain how our sympathetic nervous system reacts to stress in relationship, particularly when we … Read the rest
Steadfast Counselling therapists were asked to share their favourite ways to give their love relationships some TLC or ways they reconnect with their partner. Here’s what we had to say. Maybe your favourite is similar, or maybe this gives you an idea … Read the rest
My wife and I are celebrating our 29th wedding anniversary this year. We were high school sweethearts and dated for several years before marrying in our early twenties, so essentially we have shared our lives since adolescence. That time has been … Read the rest
One of my greatest lessons in relationship has been the acceptance that knowing someone, truly knowing someone, is a work in progress. A willingness to keep knowing my partner is the single most important element in our relationship.
I met my husband … Read the rest
This summer my husband, Adrian, and I celebrated six years of marriage with a much-needed baby-free overnight downtown. We’ve done a lot together since we met – traveled far and wide, moved provinces (sometimes together, sometimes not), changed careers (both of us, … Read the rest
For parents, divorce is not the end of the couple’s journey together. While the relationship may have changed from loving to hostile, parents don’t have the same luxury of leaving behind the relationship that childless couples do. This is because the co-parenting … Read the rest