Wednesday November 26, 2014




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    Locking Hearts Together
    By Josh Lockhart, MC, CCC, PHEc
    Josh is a husband, father and counsellor. He focuses on helping people lock their hearts together, whether this is parent-child, spousal, sibling or community relationships. A very important skill to have while being married and raising his own kids.

Helping someone with depression

Helping someone going through a depressive episode is difficult as a friend, spouse, parent,...

Rescuing children should be as heart warming as rescuing animals

This is a topic that I have long pondered about, but have been afraid to write because of my fears...

Preparing for the back to school routine

Your Twitter and Facebook feed may soon be cluttered with memes about Christmas being under 20...

Is the secret really such a secret?

The Secret is a book and a movie released in 2006 that focuses on the principles and laws of...

Managing anxiety to keep the world open

Recently I went to the pool with my three-year-old son. He wanted to be brave and jump off the...

Should technology be used as a babysitter?

Last time I indicated that electronics, particularly video games, smartphones, and TV watching, can ...

Parents fear around technology

I have been noticing that there is a lot of fear around raising children and teenagers in the...


Keeping parenting simple

As a parent, and as a person who helps other parents, I sometimes get sucked into the latest...

Changing red thoughts to green with yellow

I recently broke down a client’s metaphorical concern, and probably one that we all have. That is...

Give the gift of time

The holiday season is truly upon us. Some people have completed their Christmas shopping, while the ...



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