How to work with feelings

Your feelings are important data for understanding yourself, your boundaries and how to make good decisions. However, feelings are not facts. They are an individual, internal response to a given situation, which is why feelings vary from person to person. Ideally,...

Stillness is the key to peace

Making time for stillness gives you the ability to feel more centred, grounded and spacious in your life and is a way to create more peace in a world which desperately needs it. To cultivate stillness I regularly practice meditation and go on silent retreats. Silence...

Is your Relationship stuck in a Distancer/Pursuer Pattern?

The distancer/pursuer pattern is a common relationship dynamic where one partner seeks more intimacy and connection (the pursuer), while the other seeks more autonomy and space (the distancer). While it can be evident in everyday interactions, it is more pronounced...
Strengthen your relationships with rupture and repair

Strengthen your relationships with rupture and repair

Relationships, at their core, are dynamic journeys filled with ups and downs. The concept of rupture and repair is integral to understanding how relationships can evolve and strengthen through conflict and resolution. In this post, we explore how navigating these...

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How to be a better listener for a better relationship

How to be a better listener for a better relationship

One of the most common reasons people seek couples therapy is to learn how to have better communication for a better relationship.  We quickly discover that while the words are being said, the message is just not being received with any accuracy.  What may start as a...

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Reduce conflict in 3 easy steps

Reduce conflict in 3 easy steps

Conflict is an often unwanted but unavoidable feature of being in a relationship. Not many people want to experience it, yet there can be great value in conflict. It is a necessary part of relationships that can stimulate change, growth, and new ways of being. When...

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Top 25 issues which damage relationships

Top 25 issues which damage relationships

Relationships are hard.  We come into them with a lifetime of emotional baggage and often unhelpful relational habits and conflict styles.  Sometimes we are unaware of how damaging our patterns may be to relationships or, we know but feel helpless to stop it.  It is a...

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Better relationships using the power of presence

Better relationships using the power of presence

One of the most effective ways to deepen and strength your relationships is through the power of your presence. I am not talking about simply being there in the physical sense, but actually being present.  Undistracted –  completely in the present.  Your sole purpose in that moment is to be with someone fully – to encourage them to be fully seen and heard.  This is a powerful practice of giving and receiving attention and fuelling better connection.  It is the very foundation of warmth and connection between human beings. 

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red flags

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Most of us are familiar with the term “red flags” and everyone has experienced them somewhere in their relationship history. Red flags are issues that signal problems in relationships which, left unaddressed, will eventually lead to relationship breakdown.  Don’t get caught unaware…

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