How do couples go through this Covid-19 endemic landscape of change and stress together? Tips for self-care and being kind to one another. A dear friend who has been married for 35 years shared that recently, she had a brief moment of ‘conflict’ with her husband. *Dorothy had asked her husband *John for help, but he didn’t reply or even turn around to acknowledge that he heard her. When she pressed on for a response, he turned around and snapped that he was in the midst of checking something. Why can’t you......
‘I had been experiencing a number of severe stress symptoms including shortness of breath on a daily basis and difficulty sleeping at night.’...
Introduction | How this term came about. Conversations with a Counsellor friend. Recently, I had the pleasure of catching up with a friend who works as a professional counsellor. What intrigued me during our conversation was that she spoke of her work as speaking life into others, and that she is careful not to speak ‘death’ into her clients....
?Parents need to be aware of possible causes of trauma and the effects it can have on their children.? ? Ms Kathleen Yee, BCCSC social worker and counsellor...
The PSLE examinations is just round the corner, and often the word ?stress? is frequently on the lips of many a 12-year-olds as well as their parents who often share in the same stress. Two weeks ago, BCCSC YouthSpace conducted a 2-day study camp for the Primary 6 students and part of the programme touched on the topic of stress management. Here are some key principles and activities we went through with the youths....