Back To School Season. Worries can be heightened at this time. Youth counsellor gives insight into some thoughts kids often have and shares practical mental health tips parents can use to be supportive.
Tag Archives: Family
Self Care for Parents with Child with ADHD
Seven strategies to keep your mental health and emotional needs in focus. A how-to article for parents who are raising a child with adhd.
Building A Family Culture of Gratitude
“Can you buy me .?” they ask again. Would you want to have an atmosphere of more gratitude in your family? Get tools today to make thankfulness a yearlong celebration.
Loss Deeply Impacts Children’s Wellbeing
Death is final. Recovery is a complicated process. Supporting young children through their healing journey can be confusing; parents questions, “am I doing enough?” Here are #tips to help.
HIDDEN GEMS IN SIBLING RELATIONSHIPS
Persistent fighting can be discouraging for parents who want everyone to get along. Learn how to see the love and possibility that’s masterfully hidden.
How To Raise Kids Who Can Succeed
8 Secrets to success revealed for parenting. Do you want to know what you can do to give your child the success advantage? Read and grab handout at the end too.
31 Fall Family Fun Activities
Celebrate the Fall season with fun activities that does not require compromise. Look at 31 different ways. Try 4 or 5.
Straight Talk on Fatherhood – Man to Man
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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Surprising Tools Your Dollar Store Has To Help With Homework
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 Stressed Parent’s Guide To Homework Without War
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.