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Creating Healthy Habits for Life


One of the best ways to prepare your children for a long and healthy life is to get them started early with their own healthy habits.... Read full article

How to Create a Positive Self-Image in Children


With all the media messages surrounding our children, it’s amazing that they grow up to be healthy. And children today are exposed to more media messages than ever before.... Read full article

How to Make Moving Fun and Natural


Children, like adults, need to move their bodies to keep them strong and healthy. When children learn these habits, they’ll likely take them into adulthood with them.... Read full article

Easy Five-a-Day Strategies


It’s tough for parents to make sure their children get all the nutrients they need. This is particularly true if you’re the parent of a picky eater.... Read full article

Mother and Daughter Bonding Ideas


You’ve often heard of ‘Mama’s boys’ and ‘Daddy’s girls’ which may lead you to believe it’s not possible for mums to have special relationships with their daughters. Nothing could be further from the truth. ... Read full article

Four Tips for Stopping Homework Power Struggles


Do you find yourself caught up in a nightly struggle over your kids' homework? It can be a frustration for everyone, especially if there is a lot of homework or your kids don't understand it.... Read full article

Understanding Your Toddler’s Mood Swings


When they are very young, children have yet to learn how to vocalize their frustrations, and often resort to tantrums and fits.... Read full article

Family Guide to Divorce: Things You Need to Know

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Choosing to divorce is never an easy decision and can be a rather traumatic process, not just for the separating partners but for the children too.... Read full article

Ten Secrets to having Good Conversations with Your Child


There’s nothing like having a good conversation. You get to know someone just a little bit better than you did before. What about having a good conversation with your kids?... Read full article

Use Your Words: Teaching Your Child to Communicate


Especially in the very early years, it can be difficult for your child to communicate how he (or she) is feeling. Instead of being able to use words to properly express themselves, children often do a lot of pointing and grunting.... Read full article