Posts tagged Behavioral health

Why is it so easy to quit on your marriage?

By Guru Hellen 8 months ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Parenting, Relationships, Behavioral health, Conflict resolution, Marital coaching, divorce.

Before you sign those papers, Think. Think about what you're doing before you decide to go to divorce. Think Think about your future, your children's future, what it actually means. I'll tell you what it means. People will tell you it's best to walk out when it doesn't work. Our last one question Did you even try to make it Work? Did you go for counseling? Did you go for coaching? Did you go for therapy?

Gratitude Heals Sore Relationships

By Guru Hellen 9 months ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Behavioral health, Conflict resolution, Marital coaching, Marriage counseling in Edmonton, Relationship coaching in Edmonton.

Did I feel like journaling? Absolutely no. My head was telling me it was futile and that I was well into failure, and that my gospel of thriving relationships was a hoax. Against this loud negative voice that had grown so strong, I took my pen and book and wrote my way out of negativity.

Should You keep your opposite sex friends after getting married?

By Guru Hellen a year ago. Tagged under Relationships, Behavioral health, Conflict resolution, Relationship coaching, Lifes challenges, Wisdom, Relationship coaching in Edmonton.

Can you still be friends with the opposite sex after marriage? If God wanted us not to keep in touch with the opposite sex after marriage, He would have created a separate world for married couples. But since that is not the case we must learn to live together irrespective of our marital status.

How to get productive during Covid-19 Lockdown

By Guru Hellen a year ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Parenting, Relationships, Behavioral health, Lifes challenges, Problem solving in marriage, Conflict resolution in marriage, Marriage coaching.

Here we are at unprecedented times, with the economy and everything we believed to be certain, being tested to the limits. We are at a stage in life that we did not foresee only two months ago. we are on lockdown - indoors. we are stuck with our spouses and children or parents for an unspecified time. we still have to live and thrive as we wait out the spread of this deadly virus. Some husbands are re-learning how to live with their wives and children while the wives are learning to be patient with themselves and with each member of the family. We are in another classroom in the home. The question is what to do all the time and so limited spaces, over and over again. We either get smart or get over each other's heads. Here are a few suggestions to avoid the latter scenario.

The Reset Button

By Guru Hellen 2 years ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Relationships, Behavioral health, Conflict resolution, Marriage counseling in Edmonton, Lifes challenges, Marriage counselling, Lifes journey.

During my downtime, I enjoy watching cartoons, especially the classic ones. I am an avid fan of the loony toons, Tom and Jerry, the Flintstones, the Jetsons, Animaniacs and the ever so hilarious Scooby-Doo.

6 Reasons Resentment Creeps Into Your Relationships and What to Do About It

By Cleveland Clinic -Brain and spine 2 years ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Parenting, Relationships, Behavioral health, Conflict resolution, Relationship coaching, Marital coaching, Marriage counseling in Edmonton, Lifes challenges.

Defend your own needs, but also practice empathy Couple upset with each other Have you ever felt taken advantage of, or dismissed, by a partner, family member, teacher or boss? That’s resentment rearing its ugly head.