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Divorce therapy - Family law

Divorce Therapy



Divorce Therapy

The end of a marriage is one of the most stressful events a person can experience in his/her life time. Even for the spouse who chooses to leave, divorce is likely to bring up a range of very painful emotions such as grief, guilt, anger, confusion, fear, shame, and anxiety. If there are children involved, the emotions are even higher.

More than 20,000 childr

4 days ago

Marriage Counseling: 7 Signs You Might Need Professional Help

By Jenny Tiegs

This article originally appeared on GalTime.com

There's no question -- marriage can be challenging. Maybe marriage counseling should be something you register for when you tie the knot. Much like a new set of dishes that gets scratched from constant use, relationships can also show wear and tear over the years. So how do you know if your marriage has hit a rough patch or it's something more serious... requiring professional help?

Sign 1: Poor Communication.

Martin Novell, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles, urges couples to seek professional help when they aren't able to talk about their problems. According to Novell, "When It

2 weeks ago

Albert Low - Renown Zen Master by Jakob Jelling

Albert Low is a Zen master and the author of a numerous books, some of which were published in many countries around the world.

Albert now resides in Canada, but has also lived in South Africa, England, and the United States. He holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Philosophy; he is a trained counselor. In 2003, he earned the degree of Doctor of Law at Queen's University in Ontario.

Albert Low was born in England, in 1928. In 1947 - 1949, he served in the Royal Navy. In 1954, he and his wife Jean immigrated to South Africa. In South Africa, Albert started to work in the local monopole news agency - the Central News Agency. Soon he took the post of senior personnel executive. At the same time, he was giving numerous lectures on how to organize business management creatively. His children Anita, Stephen and John were born in South Africa.

Albert left South Africa in 1963, due to his non-acceptance of the apartheid system. He moved to Ontario, Canada, and started working in a large utility company, also as a personnel executive. He continued giving seminars and lectures on the topics that interest him the most - creativity and Zen. During this time his book "Zen and Creative Management" was released - it sold around 75,000 copies. From 1955 to 1966 Albert Therapist in Fourways Low was studying Zen Buddhism. In 1966 he started to practice Zen Buddhism under the guidance of a renowned Japanese master. As time went by, he decided to switch to a new master. In 1976, he left the utility company where he worked, and became an editor at a journal. In 1979, he moved to Montreal, where he became a probationary teacher. In 1986, he was authorized to become a Zen master by his teacher.

Throughout his life, Dr. Low has been studying human nature, psychology, creativity, and spirituality; he has a vast knowledge of Western psychology. He provided spiritual and creative counseling for many years. He has given a number of interviews on radio and television, including the CBC. Albert Low is an author of 11 books, and a contributor to 3 other books. Most of his books can be found in English and French, and many can also be found in Spanish, Portuguese, German and other languages too.



His latest book is "The Origin of Human Nature". His other books include: "Hakuin on Kensho the Four Ways of Knowing", "Creating Consciousness", "The Butterfly's Dream", "The World A Gateway: Commentaries on the Mumonkan", "To Know Yourself", "Zen and the Sutras", "Zen and Creative Management", "The Iron Cow of Zen", "Zen Meditation, plain and simple", and "Hakuin's Chant in Praise of Zazen".

Albert talks about some of his books on YouTube. His books can be found in hardcover and in the form of eBooks. Albert is also an author of a number of teishos.

Today, Albert Low is the director of the Montreal Zen Center, where he teaches over 200 students; he teaches his students spirituality and psychological aspects.

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10 Reasons To Lift Weights With Your Vagina, In Case You Were Wondering

Ladies ladies, settle down.

Finally, the much-anticipated video, "Ten Reasons to Lift Weights with Your Vagina" has been posted by "liberation master" and sex coach, Kim Anami. Fine, so maybe you never knew there was even one good argument for lifting weights with your vagina, but behold: there are ten -- or so Anami claims.

While some reasons seem a little fishy, a few hold true. Let's take a closer look at Anami's claims:

1. Kegels don't work

This "fact" is widely disputed by doctors and women's physical therapists. Kegels can strengthen vaginal muscles without resistance in the same way yoga strengthens the core with a pose. Sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman tol

3 weeks ago

Marriage Counseling: 7 Signs You Might Need Professional Help

By Jenny Tiegs

This article originally appeared on GalTime.com

There's no question -- marriage can be challenging. Maybe marriage counseling should be something you register for when you tie the knot. Much like a new set of dishes that gets scratched from constant use, relationships can also show wear and tear over the years. So how do you know if your marriage has hit a rough patch or it's something more serious... requiring professional help?

Sign 1: Poor Communication.

Martin Novell, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles, urges couples to seek professional help when they aren't able to talk about their problems. According to Novell, "When It

3 weeks ago

11 Medical Weight Loss Treatments Examined

Want to lose weight? For some, sticking to a regimen of good diet and exercise will help shed pounds.

But for others, an extra edge -- or a major medical intervention -- may be necessary to return to a healthy weight.

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Diet surgeries and pills may hold the appeal of giving something for very little -- in other words, losing weight without the pain of watching what you eat and working out. But many medical interventions require those same lifestyle changes in order to work properly.

And while many weight interventions seem promising, they don't necessarily pan out in the long run.

As many learn from watching public figures' weights go up and down, the in

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