When we are contemplating change it is really important to get clear about the aspects of life that are not working for us.
Sometimes we notice ourselves feeling bored or disengaged, and we crave change in our work life. Sound familiar? Well your not alone.
Couples often enter my counselling room complaining of the maladies of life living with their partner or they indicate having a communication problem.
Continuing the series on change, I invited Dr Claire Richardson from Chadstone Region Osteopathy to share her thoughts on change. Claire and her partner Shaun Richardson are the resident osteopaths at The Health and Wellbeing Studio.
I recently watched a TED talk about how falling in love is the easy part of developing a relationship by Mandy Len Catron.
Almost twenty years ago, psychologist Arthur Aron and colleagues conducted research to explore whether it was possible to help strangers create closeness and develop a relationship by asking a series of specific personal questions.
This week I have invited my colleague Bree Jenner from The Health and Wellbeing Studio to provide her thoughts on change.
Change is a constant. Throughout our lives some changes are normal and expected and others are unexpected. Sometimes the tools we have in our toolkit for life don't suit the present challenges.
Are you looking for love, like millions of other Australians? If so you might find yourself wondering whether your modern day fairytale will emerge from online dating.