02nd Oct 2013

Dealing With Negativity

By Jessica Li I am an optimist. I love laughing and making others laugh. I love visualizing the outcomes I desire because I think that if you believe, then it will...

06th Sep 2013

Finding Your Match

By Tash Fearon As an online dating assistant at A Million Matches, I have surfed waves of profiles and have seen the good, the bad and the ugly. Finding a love...

01st Aug 2013

The Bonus of a Blended Family

By Toni Grates It was 2007 and I was arriving at the Toronto airport, excited to see my boyfriend, Clarry, on the other side. There he was at the gate, smiling...

30th Jun 2013

Happily Ever After

By Natasha Sherman Have you ever wondered why certain people have extraordinarily fulfilling careers and lives? How does that happen? Sometimes it may just be plain luck. However, more often than...

07th Jun 2013

Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

By Tallie Rabin-Claasen, M.Ed. Separation is not always the right next step for people who experience difficulty in their marriage. Based on my research, and my experience as a practitioner who...

05th May 2013

Where There is Great Love

By Miriam Hawley and Jeffrey McIntyre While all of us may not currently be in an intimate relationship or partnership with one special person, we all are connected, associated or involved...

09th Apr 2013

How I Made it to the Alter

By Giuditta Gareri Labeled most likely to be the runaway bride, having run from two prior potential engagements, last year I went from engaged to married within 3 months. Yes, at 33,...

04th Mar 2013

How I Connected Through Licorice

By Toni Grates Last week, I had one of those pre-bedtime emergency mommy moments when you go to make your 2 year old’s bottle only to realize that your bonus son...

08th Feb 2013

Follow Your Heart…

By Lori Bateman I’ve been hearing that phrase a lot lately or maybe it’s just my ears twitching every time I hear it because it speaks directly to me. I didn’t...

04th Jan 2013

My Naked Heart

By Caleigh LeGrand Last Fall, when I watched the trees whittle themselves down to their structural essence, I realized that I still have a lot to learn. Via my Second City improv...

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