Jan
24

Sig appearing on Kim’s Kitchen, Valentine’s week, Shaw TV Calgary

Jan
24

Sunday, February 12 – Talk at the Unity Church – “Loving again: the courage to move on”

Dec
18

Conflict Free Christmas!

Season’s Greetings! It’s that time of the year and I’ve been thinking about last year’s topic of why we have so much conflict at Christmas. Well, a lot can change in a year and I’ve got a new idea. How about having a conflict-free Christmas? Even better, a conflict-free relationship? Some explanation is in order.…
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Aug
14

Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

What is MiCBT? There is a growing number of therapy approaches that incorporate mindfulness training. Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy or MiCBT is one of these approaches. It offers a practical set of evidence-based techniques derived from mindfulness training together with principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to address a broad range of psychological disorders and…
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Aug
04

15 Things No One Tells You Before You Get Married

Here’s the interview I just did with Nicole Greenberg on weddingbells.ca   15 Things No One Tells You Before You Get Married

Dec
18

Why do we have so much relationship distress at Christmas time?

Reflections on the holidays… Some people absolutely love Christmas, it’s the most magical time of the year. If this is you, you may not want to read further. For others, Christmas can be a tough time and I’ve been reflecting on the reasons for this. It struck me that this is a time unlike any…
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Nov
09

Zoomer Magazine – Midlife Crisis – August, 2015

Zoomer Magazine – Midlife Crisis – August, 2015 November 9, 2015 By Sig Taylor (Edit) Zoomer Magazine – August, 2015 “Crisis, What Crisis?” by Lisa Bendall You think your mate is having a mid-life crisis. Out of the blue, they announce they’re getting tattoos. Or buying a luxury boat. Or quitting a longtime accountant job…
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Nov
09

Can I Save My Marriage

The answer is YES, however  most couples in distress need the help of a competent marital therapist. Studies show that the majority (upwards of 80%) of couples that get divorced don’t go to counselling or get any outside assistance. Of the 20% that do get help, they wait 6 years before coming in. It’s understandable…
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Nov
08

Relationship Essential #17 – Coping (and thriving) during hard times: 5 Strategies for couples

We have evolved for survival, not happiness. Life is difficult, for everyone… As M. Scott Peck, author of “The Road Less Traveled”  stated, accepting that life is difficult makes it less difficult. A common myth in our culture is that human beings are naturally meant to be happy and if we’re not, something must be…
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Oct
21

Does marriage counselling work?

Q: How many marriage counsellors does it take to change a light bulb? A: Just one, but the light bulb has to really want to change. Marriage counselling, if done by a skilled and experienced counsellor is highly effective for the vast majority of couples. However, couples have to be ready to “roll up their…
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