Parents

Building Roots in a new City When Starting a New Job

Moving to a new city offers you a wonderful opportunity to reinvent yourself. Not only that, but you get to build new skills, explore new interests and create more independence for yourself.

Rather than being a time of lament for what you’ve left behind, this can be a time for embracing exciting opportunities in your new city.

Let’s explore …

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Teaching Parents Tech

When it comes to technology, parents may seem a little in the dark; Millennials and the generations to follow them were born with devices in their hands and it may seem like parents can never catch up.

But like all things, breaking down technology and its potential for good (and bad) is as easy as understanding …

Bullying / Parents

How To Talk To Your Kids About Bullying

Society is littered with the cliché images of some older grade kid pushing down the neighbourhood geek wearing broken glasses and stealing all of his lunch money for the week; to many this is the only visual that comes to mind when they hear the word bully. But modern society has come up with many …

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A Parent’s Guide to Cyber Bullying

As parents, it’s the last thing we want to imagine, but in an age of social media, bullying has taken to the online realm. What once just happened on school buses and in crowded hallways is now taking on a much more personal and difficult to detect form, and cyber bullying is now …

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How to Keep Your Child From Becoming a Bully

There are a lot of articles out there focusing on keeping your kids safe from bullies, and no doubt a few on this website especially. But what we’re going to talk about today is something a lot of parents may not even consider – the possibility that their child could wind up being the bully.

For …