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From We to Me: How an Extrovert Learned to Love Alone Time
The theme for this month’s newsletter is all about relationships, and I might argue that the one relationship we can sometimes forget about is the one we have with ourselves.
Read on for some suggestions from a self-proclaimed extrovert on how to renew your relationship with yourself.
How Expectations Create Conflict in Relationships
Why is conflict inevitable? The answer is that we all have certain expectations about relationships that many of us do not acknowledge.
Listen Like You Mean It
Each person is a world of definitions, connotations, nuances and histories. Even though we use similar words, we often mean very different things.
Resources to Support Your Relationships
Building and maintaining mutually satisfying and well-functioning relationships take commitment, time and ongoing effort. Learn about the resources available to you.
Free Events This Month: July 2017
Sign up today for programs like the Learn to Meditate series, Boot Camp fitness class, ergonomics offerings and Understanding Mental Health Challenges.
UBC’s Chef Challenge, Aboriginal (Un)History exhibit, free yoga on the mall, understanding your pension plan, Kinesiology Distinguished Speaker Series and more!
Out and About: Spring 2017
Your trusty Health and Wellbeing team was very busy this spring. Check out our photos and stories for an insider’s view of what we’ve been up to.
June’s Recipes and Tips
To kick-off summer this July, we are exploring picnic ideas and tricks as well as delicious recipes for a nourishing and fun outdoor meal.
Fitting in Fitness: Water Workouts
It’s often the best way to beat the heat in the summer, but pools can also be great places to fit in low impact exercise and activity.
alive@work: July 2017
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