Posts tagged Conflict

Reasons why arranged marriages have lower divorce rates

By Guru Hellen 2 years ago. Tagged under Conflict resolution, Marriage coaching, Love, Peace, Marriage, Marriage flames, Staying married, Conflict.

People often ask why arranged marriages seem to work better than western style marriages. This is a very contentious question and I would like to shed some light on this apparent differing opinions.

What are irreconcilable differences in marriage?

By Guru Hellen 3 years ago. Tagged under Relationship coaching in Edmonton, Planning, Marriage, Marital coaching in Edmonton, Conflict, Budgeting, Relationship counselling in Edmonton, Goals, Irreconcilable differences, Communication, Work-life balance, Preferences, Marital counseling in Edmonton.

Do you and your spouse sometimes feel like you are at logger-heads and feel like there is no solution in sight? Do you always wish you could turn back the clock and change your partner or the situation?

Three simple ways to resolve conflicts in marriage.

By Guru Hellen 3 years ago. Tagged under Relationships, Conflict resolution, Marital coaching, Emotions, Marital conflict, Marital coaching in Edmonton, Courting and dating, Conflict, Motivation.

Wondering how to resolve conflicts in your relationships? Do you and your spouse want to end the long ‘silent treatment/cold shoulder moments

Seven main reasons why your teen won’t listen to you

By Guru Hellen 3 years ago. Tagged under Parenting, Teenagers, 21st century parenting, Love, Conflict, Being a parent, Children.

Many a time, parents express fatigue, disillusionment, sadness, depression and utter despair, when talking about their teen children. They repeatedly complain to each other how one teen is worse than the other and that there is no way of solving their never-ending problems. Instead of helping each other out, these parents embark on an endless journey of complaints and lamentations. Although these parents’ feelings may be justified, I believe that parenting at whatever stage of a child’s life is as challenging as it is fun.

How to stay optimistic

By Guru Hellen 5 years ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Life lessons, Peace, Conflict, Goal of life, Life challenges, Optimism, Challenges, Goals, Motivational.

Life is an amazing journey. It is full of turns and twists, high peeks and deep dark crevices. sometimes we find ourselves in dark caves that look like a cold, dark dead end. It is still part of the journey; and that is what makes it interesting, challenging and fun. Just like the two sides of a coin, the head and the tail are it’s integral parts. All living things in this planet face challenges; be it plants, animals or human beings.

Confidence – How to identify and silence fear

By Guru Hellen 5 years ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Life lessons, Childhood dreams, Growing up, Faith, Fear, Love, Peace, Conflict, Goal of life, Middleground, Motivation, Optimism, Relationship, Challenges, Doubts, Goals.

Whether we believe it or not, we are spiritual beings undergoing a physical journey on planet earth. Each one of us has a”raison d’etre”, “Ikigai” or simply said, “A reason for being”. The journey through life is influenced by the spiritual dimension as much as physical dimension. Unfortunately, we often ignore the spiritual side of our being, and hence the effect thereof. Everyday, We are either feeding the positive side or negative side of our spiritual being.

Conflict resolution in relationships

By Guru Hellen 5 years ago. Tagged under Life purpose, Lifes challenges, Lifes journey, Love, Peace, Conflict, Goal of life, Middleground, Motivation, Optimism, Relationship.

There is an old adage stating that when cups are put in a box, they must clink against each other. Whenever two human beings live or work together, they will inevitably have differences in their points of view, preferences, attitudes, understanding and so on; irrespective of their relationship with each other.