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Category Archives: Parenting
Celebrate the Fall season with fun activities that does not require compromise. Look at 31 different ways. Try 4 or 5. Continue reading
When life is stressful as a man, husband, father, sometimes you need some core principles to refer and hold on to. Dads you matter. Be there, fully.
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Homework, without the tantrums or tears is possible, if you are prepared. Preparation for this conflict-ridden, unavoidable responsibility, can be easier than you think. The secret weapon is your local dollar store. I tell you what treasures to look for there.
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The conflicts that surround getting your child to do homework can feel exhausting, and you may think “This is breaking down my relationship with my child”. We offer solutions and resources to help you. Continue reading
Discover how to raise siblings without the rivalry – ok, not real, well, at least with less physical and emotional injury and keeping more of your sanity. Yes, we can offer that.
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Parents & Kids Enjoying Winter Together – A Customised Guide Snow, Sub-zero winter for 6 moths a year. Not all family members love that. According to Environmental Canada, snow fall can occur from October to April. Temperatures can range … Continue reading
Living with a child with anxiety can put an entire family on edge. It is not uncommon for parents to worry about their own parenting skills as they work on raising their child through emotional turmoil. Self-doubt, self-blame, and confusion can blur our effectiveness as moms and dads. We want to help and not hurt. But, there are keys, uncomplicated strategies, that can transform you into a confident parent.
Selman (1981) proposed an idea of how children’s skills and perspectives on friendships develop over time. Outlined here as well are suggestions for how you, as a parent, can use this to guide and support your child’s social skills and … Continue reading
Holiday gift giving is about love. Discover how to not let your co-parent turn it to grief. Continue reading
Children have stress, and emotional challenges too. They don’t, however, process problems like we adults do. Specialised techniques that are suited to their development are necessary. Learn more about these. Continue reading