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Freedom From Negative Generational Influence

Freedom from Negative Generational Influence To Register Click Here Our Freedom From Negative Generational Influence  seminar will be held on Thursday November 26th, 2015 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at 838 York Street in Cornwall. Are you repeating patterns of addiction, abuse or promiscuity displayed by your parents? Do you find yourself repeating behaviors you […]

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Some Kinds of Praise May be Bad for Your Children – By Michael Hart, MA, CCC

Some Kinds of Praise May be Bad for Your Children – By Michael Hart, MA, CCC

It is considered common wisdom that praising children is good for their self-esteem and their development into successful adults. However, new research from the university of Columbia is shifting this paradigm on its head. The findings from this research are very important for parents, teachers, coaches, youth leaders, or anyone who is involved with children In her […]

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Curing Clutter

In the article “Lighten Up” from Psychology Today, Pamela Weintraub explores how clutter can affect a person’s life and emotions. She explained that over the years, she and her family collected so many things that she came to the point where she sought ‘an antidote to the stress caused by clutter’. To accumulate things, she […]

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Abusive Relationships Part II

In this second part of a two part series on Abusive Relationships, Michael Hart (MA, CCC) and Rick Lecuyer pick  up the conversation and discuss additional aspects of abusive relationships, such as the portrait of an abuser and some of the methods of emotional abuse. Some key steps in moving towards a healthier dynamic in […]

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Abusive Relationships Part I

  Rick Lecuyer joins Michael Hart (MA, CCC) in studio again for an in-depth look at emotionally abusive relationships. The biblical example of Nabal and Abigail (in 1 Samuel 25) is examined and characteristics of abusive relationships are explored. The discussion also looks at the question of what leads people to get into these relationships. […]

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The Fine Line Between Beneficial and Detrimental

An article published in Psychology Today (When Virtue Becomes Vice, October 2013) took an interesting look at some of the traits that are often revered – virtues, if you will – and made a claim that any virtue, when taken too far, can be very unhealthy. It states that “some virtues are just a few degrees away […]

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Counselling and Finances

Life Transformations airs at 9:30 AM every Monday on CHRI family radio (99.1 fm in Ottawa, 88.1 in Cornwall and 100.7 in Pembroke). Featuring Michael Hart as host, this show highlights stories of life transformation, with testimonies of past clients and various guest speakers who work in the field of mental health.

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Loving an abuser – friends and family of the victim

Many of us may have heard a story about or know someone who has been in an abusive relationship. Some of the people reading this might even be able to identify as someone who has been in an abusive relationship themselves. For many people who find themselves in this situation, just leaving the relationship isn’t […]

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Low Self-Esteem

Life Transformations airs at 9:30 AM every Monday on CHRI family radio (99.1 fm in Ottawa, 88.1 in Cornwall and 100.7 in Pembroke). Featuring Michael Hart as host, this show highlights stories of life transformation, with testimonies of past clients and various guest speakers who work in the field of mental health.

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Godly Parenting

Michael Hart, Canadian Certified Counsellor, along with Melissa Waggott, delivers a very important talk on parenting. To a great extent, who we are today is depends on what sort of parenting we had in childhood. Some of us carry emotional wounds as a result of parenting. While there is no way to guarantee that a […]

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