There is a way through. Grief can be approached gently, from the side. It doesn't have to be challenged head on.
An interview with Adventure Therapist, Lise Brown
Lise Brown, a Winnipeg based Adventure therapist, talks about our fear of the outside; kids with knives, forest bathing; risky behaviour vs rope climbing; and knowing your limits.
When YOU are the Volcano – 7 Ways to Care for Yourself
Sometimes we get to a point where we risk losing relationships and potentially our own health, freedom, or life, as a result of things that we’ve said or done.
Where Do I Draw the Line?
Boundaries communicate to others, the kind of behaviour you are okay with and not okay with, in a firm, assertive way.
Too Many Sticks & Carrots
The practice of behaviour modification has become so prevalent in our society, that we often don’t even notice when we’re using this system and can hardly imagine any other way of doing things.
Addiction, Your Best Frenemy?
But if we start with the assumption that humans are rational creatures whose primary concern is their own survival, then we need to assume that people made decisions regarding their behaviors and substance use for a reason. Sometimes, for a very good reason.
Mental Illness – A Relationship Story
Counselling can also help you to build a healthier relationships with anxiety and depression or sadness, as each may be useful at various points in your life, and each may be destructive at other times.