Michael Kuntz MSW, RSW



H-427 Fitzwilliam Street 

Nanaimo, BC V9R 3A9

Fitzwilliam Gate

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October 3, 2017

It’s easy to blame our self-esteem when things aren’t going our way, when we struggle with relationships and life is beating us down. The self-help industry depends on us feeling this way and makes tons of money helping us raise and keep our self-confidence.  As long a...

September 17, 2017

To be in an intimate relationship is exciting and lovely. But to remain in a long term relationship takes more than love. It takes perseverance, patience and commitment. Like a marathon race, it can be challenging and painful at times but it can also be one of the most...

July 31, 2017

Okay, most healthy couples fight. It’s a normal aspect of being human and being in a relationship. If you fight constructively it means you care for each other and the relationship. More importantly, it means that you are paying attention to each other and want to make...

July 24, 2017

A young mother once confided in me that months after her first child was born she already had begun envisioning the day her child would leave home. And then the tears would flow.

Now it would be easy to attribute this emotional response to post-partum hormones. And sure...

July 3, 2017

Do you ever get that nagging doubt that you aren’t enjoying life to its fullest, that something is missing but you can’t figure out what it is? Read on and you may get some clues.

It is said that for people to lead a life of relative satisfaction they need three things;...

June 27, 2017

People don’t often ask me what I like about counselling, but when they do, I get this vague uncomfortable feeling. I usually respond with the cliché response that I like seeing people make positive changes in their lives and increase their satisfaction with living....

June 15, 2017

So often, we feel compelled to be doing; always moving and accomplishing some task. Even when we do a mundane movement like walking, we mostly walk with a purpose. For example, to get somewhere, to buy something, to visit someone, etc. As a result, we are ‘doing’ walki...

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October 3, 2017