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One Life is all about inspiring, motivating and empowering. We are about taking action and changing your personal story of how you see yourself.

Here you will find stories and information where we talk straight to you about the psychology of change and share tips on powerful tools that can help you right away.

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Addiction Counselling

When to Seek Addiction Counselling

When it comes to substance use and addiction, it can be tough to acknowledge that you may have an issue – or, even while you might be self-aware, you might be asking yourself, “how can anyone else help me?”. However, more often than not, if you’re questioning whether or not you need help getting sober, you probably do.

Relationship with the narcissist

I Think I Married a Narcissist

This article is not label, diagnose or use the word narcissists to beat others over the head with, but rather to shed light on some of the characteristics, behaviors and most importantly provide insights on what you can do if your partner shows up in this way.

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Is it Too Late for Couples Counselling?

Does couples therapy work? Can I save my marriage? Should I get divorced? These are the types of questions our One Life couples counsellors and psychologists get asked on a weekly basis. So, we thought it might be helpful to write an article that can help you to decide if couples therapy is the best option for you and your partner.

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How to Deal with Loneliness and Depression

Loneliness is a complex mental and emotional condition resulting from perceived isolation. Seclusion is never good for humans because they are social beings. Socialization is essential for our mental wellbeing. Having social connections with others is critical for human beings.

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Influence of Anxiety on Your Physical Health

You may think of anxiety as a mental health concern, but there are physical effects of anxiety as well. Anxiety is your body’s natural response to fear, worry and threat, when the threat diminishes, anxiety goes away.

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When One Partner’s Substance Addiction is Impacting the Relationship

Taking accountability

While it is helpful for both of you to understand what addiction is and how it affects people, this understanding alone does not address what your relationship needs. Your relationship requires the person with the addiction to take accountability for whatever actions they engage in.