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Be Benevolent by Rick Hanson

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn What are your intentions toward others? The Practice Be benevolent. Why? Benevolence is a fancy word that means something simple: good intentions toward living beings, including oneself. This goodwill is present in warmth, friendliness, compassion, ordinary … Continue reading

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Truth

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “Communication is the single most important part of creating a healthy relationship. A relationship without communication is like a beautiful flower without water and sunlight, it will quickly wither and die. I don’t care if you … Continue reading

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Boundaries- What are they?

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Bonus Tip of the Week: “Boundaries are limits that you establish within yourself and express to your partner about what’s acceptable to you and what’s not acceptable-what you’ll tolerate, what you’ll put up with and what the consequences … Continue reading

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To the Point by the Dalai Lama

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn When we face problems or disagreements today, we have to arrive at solutions through dialogue. Dialogue is the only appropriate method. One-sided victory is no longer acceptable. We must work to resolve conflicts in a spirit … Continue reading

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The High Cost of Anger

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The High Cost of Resentment and Anger By Nancy Wasson, Ph.D. Many spouses carry heavy suitcases filled with a collection of anger and resentment from their marriage. Periodically, they unpack these suitcases and review every situation … Continue reading

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Improve Your Relationship

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Sometimes, when your marriage is on the rocks, you start to wonder how relationship goals that require two people’s active participation apply to you. That’s why I decided to write Ten Marriage Saving Strategies You Can Do … Continue reading

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Announcing Communication Course

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “Lets Get Together” once a week for 8 weeks starting Wed April 6 in North Vancouver and really learn some new skills to improve your relationships and your life. “The Quality of our Relationships determines the … Continue reading

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Introducing Connection Point

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Hap-pi-ness: Is living consciously in harmony with your values, beliefs and heart Love: Is being compassionate with oneself and others without fear Ful-fill-ment: Is living on purpose, contributing your gifts and making a difference Suc-cess: Is … Continue reading

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What is Communication really? by Mheyah Bailey

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “It has been said that the quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives” People tend to say “communication is key” or “you have to communicate to have a good relationship” but honestly, what … Continue reading

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Is that a projection or are you just happy to see me by Jeffrey Sumber

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Great article by my colleague Jeffrey Sumber about relationships. Enjoy: “I like to ask couples with whom I work at the start of counseling what the point of their relationship is. It’s not that I like … Continue reading

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