Coping With Stress

Jasmin Dhillon, PHDPsychotherapy, StressLeave a Comment

Life can be stressful.  The source of stress can be varied – both positive events (e.g., planning a wedding) and negative events (e.g., loss of a family member) can be stressful. We may often wish we could get rid of the stress in our lives entirely, however this is not realistic. It is more realistic to develop skills to manage … Read More

Hello Spring!

Mandy HolowachuckMandy Holowachuk, StressLeave a Comment

As warm days become more common and perennials start poking through the soil, it’s clear that spring is here. Although Calgary woke up to snow today there has been an increase in sunshine and the sun is warmer. The birds have begun to chirp and the city has begun to clean to roads. A sign that the season is changing! … Read More

Transforming Anger

Tessa Burns MartinRelationship, StressLeave a Comment

Written by Sharon Stopforth, Registered Social Worker How do you dance with anger?  You may not know what to do or where to go with it.  Anger can often feel overwhelming and rear its ugly head at inappropriate times, with a tremendous force that doesn’t match the situation and ends up getting stifled or repressed.  If anger is repressed for … Read More