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When you see some of the terrible headlines on newspapers and online, the one thing that comes to my mind is love; there is a huge need for people to show more of it. Some of the best examples of …
It seems like some of our favourite Sesame Street characters just can't catch a break. Colourful, happy, friendly muppets that have been instrumental in educating and entertaining children
Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Here are a few tips to spread love and good cheer throughout the day, in a digital way.
- Connect - Use social media, text messaging,
First embarking into the dating world as a teenager can be daunting (for both the teen and their parents). There's wondering if the person you like has the
Data from the 2011 census shows some 42.3 per cent of young adults aged 20-29 still live with their parents, down slightly from 42.5 per cent in 2006. Here
Have you ever been placed into a situation were you’ve been asked questions that were too personal? Adults can sometimes break personal boundaries with other adults by being
Are you managing aging parents at the same time as you are raising small children? If yes, then you are the “sandwich generation.” The challenge can sometimes be
Thanks to the rapid growth of online dating, would-be couples are now almost as likely to meet via email or a virtual "wink" as they are through friends
Help, I don't like the friends my child is spending time with recently. I realize as a parent that I can't control who they spend their time with
One of your nightmares has come true. Your once "agreeable" child has turned into a screaming teen that talks back to you. They defy your orders and don't
"Someone once said the only thing you have to do to entertain some people is to listen to them. Most kids are yearning for parents who will pay
Try to be open to speaking with your teen about his/her feelings about their sexual feelings. It is a confusing time for them, trying to sort things out.
Is your teen ready to start dating? Sometimes, your idea of dating may be different from that of your teens. If your teen is curious about dating and
"Does your child feel it's ok to talk with you about sex and sexual health? If not, have you thought about who will answer your child's questions? Only
The app, Love is Not Abuse, shows how teenagers can use technology such as cell phones and social networking sites to exert control over other adolescents.
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