Life is in a constant state of change. There is no better time to notice this than during the Fall, as everything around you is changing. The leaves are turning colour, the days are getting shorter, and all of a sudden, you need to wear a jacket! This is a good time to reflect on the changes in your own life in the past few months and see how gracefully you have welcomed change. Did you resist the new or did you embrace it? One way to accept change more easily is to be grateful for what you already have. Really take stock of the good things life has given you and you will start to understand that change is not so bad after all. With change comes the opportunity to re-evaluate your priorities and re-define your direction. Have you noticed the changes in your life? If not, you can start today!
So many self-help gurus tell us we should be grateful for what we have. The question I often hear from my clients is “How?” Watch this short video on some practical ideas to bring more gratitude into your day to day thinking. Watch closely to get the most out of it!
Gratitude is not just saying thank you every once in a while. Rather, it is a mind-set. By accepting where you are today, you open doors for more good to come into your life. By being thankful for what you have, you begin to attract more abundance, happier relationships, and more fulfillment. Join us to learn the fine balance between gratitude and ambition as we uncover practical ways to bring more gratitude into your daily life and relationships.
Does true love really exist? The classes I took in university taught me that the media, society, Bollywood and Disney have clouded my mind. Other people sold me the fairytale of true love, but no one taught me how to actually sustain it. After all, doesn’t it always end with “happily ever after”? Whether it’s Sandra Dee and Danny or Simba and Nala, couples everywhere are driving off into the sunset. But what about five years later? What about forty years later? Do people stay happily married or is it just a phase?…..
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A lot of people have asked me about how to access my one-to-one counseling services if they do not live in the Vancouver area. I am pleased to announce the launch of the Distant Counseling Program, and will now be available for counseling via telephone or video-conferencing (depending on schedule availability). If you would like to connect with me for a one-to-one session, please contact me to schedule your appointment today!