Nicole is an on-screen relationship and mental health expert as well as a psychological consultant for TV shows.
Breaking up is hard to do. When that special someone is a close friend, the split can be difficult—yet necessary.
Hopeless romantics are searching for love by joining popular dating sites like Plenty of Fish, eHarmony and Match.com, but are they being as cautious as they should?
Here’s the secret to a successful Valentine’s Day: Whatever you do, do something.
Nicole discusses how to beat the symptoms of depression
Nicole talks about the best ways to beat depression this Blue Monday
Nicole discusses ways to combat the Monday blues this Blue Monday
Nicole discusses some of the ways to get through Blue Monday
Nicole discusses the best ways to get through Blue Monday
The new year will be the beginning of the end for couples across the globe, including here in Canada, as many look to sever ties with their significant others.
Nicole talks about why airplanes can make people nervous
Nicole discusses the high divorce rate occurring in January
Ed Sheeran quits social media
Nicole discusses the new dating site targeted towards Disney fans
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Too many Facebook friends can stress teens out
While the “proposer” in heterosexual relationships is typically a role filled by men, it’s increasingly women who are stepping up by getting down on one knee, say wedding industry pros.
When you are in love, or deeply in lust, sometimes the world becomes rose-coloured.
Warning signs you're in an unhealthy relationship and 3 steps to ending one.
Hackers leaked Ashley Madison client information.
Your phone can tell if you're depressed
The cyberattack on Canadian-owned dating website AshleyMadison.com has technology experts questioning whether the website's business model has a future.
Ashley Madison data leak consequences
Our culture is obsessed with it, yet it can be the hardest thing to talk about with your partner -- sex. But talk about it you should, says Toronto psychologist and relationship expert Nicole McCance.
Addictions are more common than you might think, as the brain
can be addicted to a variety of things, including dieting,
substances, pornography, shopping, sex, and adrenaline.
In our jam-packed lives, sometimes our relationship with our significant other can take a backseat to juggling work, kids and household tasks. But being an emotionally supportive partner is key to a healthy, lasting relationship.
It doesn't matter whether you're the dumper or the dumpee, breaking up sucks. Hard. Between the sobbing thing and the no appetite thing and the zero sleep thing, it can be legit torture.
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