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Those first days of school or daycare can be a doozy for young children and parents when it’s time to say goodbye. While separation anxiety is a natural part of development, a parent’s response to it is critical for children to make healthy transitions and begin to trust caregivers and teachers. 

Monday, 04 April 2016 07:27

10 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Daycare

Written by Sandra Gordon

If you’ll be returning to work after your baby is born, you probably know that open daycare spots can go faster than ice cream melts on a hot day. Still, for your child’s wellbeing and your own peace of mind, it pays to get picky.

Monday, 04 April 2016 07:16

30 Days to a Healthier Social Life

Written by Christa Melnyk Hines

Relocations, new babies, and other life transitions can throw a wrench in your social network, leaving you feeling disconnected and lonely. Use the adjustment period as a chance to make a fresh start. Carefully consider your priorities and build connections that support your personal health and the well-being of your family. 

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 15:30

Capture the Benefits of Sports Camps

Written by Gayla Grace

Camp has a unique way of teaching kids their value while giving them opportunities of fun they would never experience at home. Sports camps, in particular, offer new adventures as kids explore hidden abilities or build on already-developed skills while making new friends and learning life skills in the process. Sports camps offer benefits that extend far beyond the basics of practicing a sport.

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 15:24

Away Camps: Letting Go Helps Kids Grow

Written by Gayla Grace

Sleep-away camp was just what Ally needed in order to gain independence and confidence, marveled her mom, Sharon. “She found a whole new group of girls and had a ball; she’s had a hard time with girls beginning in grade 4,” Sharon says, “so it was great for her to bond with girls in a different setting.” Starting at age 9, Ally went away to camp for a week. The following summer she begged for it to be four. Her parents were delighted.

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 15:07

7 Strategies for Teaching Kids Self-Control

Written by Judy M. Miller

The goal of parenting is to prepare our children to be successful, independent, capable, and moral adults. Part of the responsibility of parenting is teaching our children how to control their responses to the world they live in. Through discipline (“to teach”) children learn to master self-control, a vital life-skill for success.

Throughout your pregnancy, you eat the right foods, drink plenty of fluids, rest and try to keep stress to a minimum. You might think once your baby arrives that you can relax your self-care regimen, but caring for yourself should remain a top priority to ensure the health of both of you.

Monday, 08 February 2016 14:15

More Than Baby Blues: When a Friend Has PMD

Written by Ruth Hanley


Post-partum mood disorder (PMD) is the number one complication with childbirth.

It affects fifteen to twenty percent of new mothers and is often undiagnosed in women, leaving new moms worrying and wondering why they don’t feel “normal”.

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