You do not need to model perfection, in fact, allowing your child to see you fail, will show them that they do not need to be perfect and that if they do fail, they too, can recover.
Honouring Relationship Endings – A 5 Step Process
I won’t say that we don’t put effort and resources into the ending of relationships, but all too often, this has less to do with honouring the ending, and more to do with getting even.
Conflict- Approach or Avoid? 6 Things to Consider
The skills to stand up for oneself, to confront others, or to do ones own work are necessary ones and worthwhile developing.
Sensing and Intuitive Partners
You don’t have to have the same interests to connect but being interested in your partner and who they are will keep the two of you connected.
Jealousy in Relationships
Siblings, Friends & Intimate Partners
Parenting – Sexual & Gender Identity Development
Most heterosexual, cis-gender parents don’t spend much time imagining the possibility that their child’s sexuality may be different from their own. This is a mistake.
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.
Self Improvement – 7 Steps to Find out if You’ve done enough
#selfimprovement #perfectionism #wellbeing #mentalhealth #lifework
When Boundaries Aren’t Respected
Redirect discussions about the ‘rightness’ or ‘wrongness’ of your limitation. You are communicating your preference, not making universal moral judgements on them and are not asking for opinions on your request.
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.