Join us for the first in a Podcast series called “Relationships By Design.” Grab a coffee (or your favourite beverage), put on the headphones and enjoy The Heart of Relationships. Subscribe to Spotify or Apple Podcasts so you ensure you are notified of each episode.
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Day after day, week after week – the same routine. That’s OK, however, the joy in life comes when you play big in your relationship. What about you? Ever withheld from your partner bigger ideas, dreams, and passions, for fear of judgements, criticism, and even rejection? We challenge you to play bigger, fail faster, learn… Read more »
A story from long time ago when anger was not my ally. I wish I’d have known how to deal effectively with anger. It was a teenage party at a public campground. Joking and laughing around a campfire. My best friend, Tim, dropped his empty beer bottle on the ground and stomped on it, breaking… Read more »
We are living in interesting times – unprecendented in my lifetime. With self-isolation, caution, and social distancing, what’s in your control? It is a time for prioritization and determining what is important, who are the most significant relationships, and focusing on ensuring high-quality time together. Social distancing can create huge opportunities. Check this out for… Read more »
Valentine’s Day just rolled past us on the calendar. In our North American society, February 14 is a day when hearts open, love flows, passion sparkles, and … sexual behaviour flourishes. Yes, many people do what they don’t do the rest of the year – they truly become lovers. Want to know how to make… Read more »
“Fun in your relationship? What d’ya mean?” I thought that was an interesting response to my question during a coaching session. It is so important to keep some spice, spontaneity, and pizzazz alive – so it doesn’t get boring. It also makes it easier to focus on what’s strong; rather than what’s wrong. What are… Read more »
Thankfulness. Or Thank-fullness. There is no better way to increase your quality of life and enhance your relationship with self and others. We invite you to accept our challenge.
You and I know that trust is important in all relationships; with ourselves, our partners, kids, and in our workplace. But what is it? As a verb (Cambridge Dictionary), trust is to believe that someone is good and honest and will not harm you, or that something is safe and reliable. As a noun, trust… Read more »