Thriving or surviving time together when cooped up as a couple during the COVID-19 pandemic
Segment begins at 13:30Read Cooped up as a couple during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sara comments in a Globe and Mail article about couples cooped up together during period of quarantine as a result of CoronavirusRead How to survive isolation with your partner amid the coronavirus outbreak
Sara chats with Montreal’s CJAD 800 Radio host, Natasha Hall about how couples can become partners rather than be stuck in a mother/child dynamicRead How couples can become partners
Was Valentine’s Day everything you hoped it would be? Some people have zero expectations. Others may anticipate it with dread because it’s a reminder that they don’t have a special someone to share it with. Still others turn their back on Valentine’s day, calling it a commerc...Read Do you and your partner speak the same love language?
Many couples tell me that their sessions with me are the only times in their busy lives that they connect with one another.
But is this enough?
Will one hour, once a week with me, be the glue to keep them connected? Or do they need to find other ways and time to re-connect long term?
I often take th...Read Couples Connect
I was enjoying lunch with a divorced friend, when talk turned to marriage and relationships. She asked: “if you met your husband for the first time today, would you be interested in going on a second date with him?” Apparently, unlike many other women to whom she has posed the same ques...Read A revealing question regarding your relationship
When I meet a couple for the first time, I ask questions so that I can get to know each of them as individuals, as well as how they interact and operate as a couple. Often, the discussion will lead us in the direction of their sleeping habits and patterns, along with whether they share the same bedr...Read “You’re snoring again!”
Sara comments on the impact that a couples’ relationship has on their mental healthRead Caring for your partner boosts mental health in future