By Julie Sharp | May 13th, 2019
These days we the parents are more stressed than ever. Just to make ends meet, put a roof over our head and food on the table we as a society are putting in more and more hours for less in return... READ MORE
By Julie Sharp | March 13th, 2019
Ever notice, particularly in a relationship that is challenging, both persons may be looking for the other to change, believing their own behavior to be reasonable... READ MORE
By Julie Sharp | February 13th, 2019
Forgiveness is a concept fraught with many feelings and beliefs. It is often confused with something that is provided to benefit the perpetrator of a hurtful act. While it may provide a benefit to the perpetrator, the reason to consider forgiveness towards someone who has hurt you is really to benefit yourself...READ MORE
By Julie Sharp | January 15th, 2019
Many people confuse stress and anxiety. Although there can be a connection, it is important to understand them individually because the strategies to manage can be quite different...READ MORE
By Julie Sharp | December 14, 2017
When it comes to parenting, no prior training is required. So where do we mostly learn to parent? Well, from our own parents. Depending on how we were parented, that could have different consequences for our children and sometimes we need help to parent well... READ MORE.
By Julie Sharp | November 22nd, 2017
It can’t be overstated that the key to good relationships, be they between intimate partners or even workmates is not found in blaming the other, but in looking towards oneself, the only place one may truly have control...READ MORE.