5 steps to fixing a money disorder

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As published in Vancity Buzz on July 12th, 2015. Would you feel comfortable sharing your bank statements with a close friend? Very few people would. Most of us carry guilt and shame around the way we handle our finances. I used to be a bank manager, and the most unsettling part of the job was […]

How To Get Free Therapy From Your Friends

As Published in Huffington Post on February 18th, 2015. We all have untold stories. Stories that our closest friends know bits and pieces of, but there never seems to be enough time or space to finish telling it. I recently spoke with Gail Larsen, author of Transformational Speaking and founder of Real Speaking, about the emotional […]

5 Childhood Mantras that are Poisoning Your Happiness

As published in Tiny Buddha November 28th 2014. “So, like a forgotten fire, a childhood can always flare up again within us.” ~Gaston Bachelard. I woke up to the sun peeking through the bedroom curtains and I cautiously opened one eye to check if my little brother was still asleep on the other side of our […]