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Category Archives: Emotional Well-Being & Mental Health for Your Teen
Over the last few decades, devices have become such a large part of our lives and one thing we can be sure of – they’re not going away. 64% of Ontario youth “spend three hours or more per day of … Continue reading
Think about how much you and your kids are active in relation to how much you sit. Humans were not made to sit, they were made to move. Muscles need to be worked, blood needs to be circulated, lungs challenged … Continue reading
You think your child is unwell or may have a developmental delay, or a learning disability – but you’re having difficulty navigating the system to get a diagnosis and a plan. You’re feeling frustrated, worried and scared.
Tragic events take place all around the world and many adults are challenged to process what has happened. As adults we know these types of events are extremely rare. We will react in different ways and with a range of … Continue reading
I heard shouting down the hall… then crying. My daughter entered the room with an empty mug in her hand and she’s sobbing. “She spilled my hot chocolate.” So we are crying over…. spilled hot chocolate? Understandable behaviour if she … Continue reading