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  • Healthy Haunted Halloween Treats
    Healthy Haunted Halloween Treats

    Every year, parents dread the sugar-fueled mania that is Halloween. If you want your kids to enjoy their ghoulish holiday without having to compromise their health or your sanity, then try these great spooky treats that are fun and healthy too. Crunchy ...

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  • Tips for Teaching Gratitude to Your Children
    Tips for Teaching Gratitude to Your Children

    You want your children to have everything they need and so it’s only natural that we do all we can to keep them happy. Unfortunately, the result of this generosity is all too often a sense of entitlement and dissatisfaction. Instilling gratitude in your ...

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  • Ways to Better Parent-Teen Communication
    Ways to Better Parent-Teen Communication

    Do you sometimes find your teens difficult to reach? Teens are often reticent to talk about their day at school or about their lives in general. Your questions may be met with ‘I don’t know’ or monosyllabic answers that make conversation a chore. However, ...

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  • Should your Student Take a Gap Year?
    Should your Student Take a Gap Year?

    From Harvard to MIT, many of the most prestigious colleges are recommending a gap year. While most North American parents cringe at the mention of a gap year, it has been standard practice for most European and Australian scholars for years. The thinking ...

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  • Pets Can Be Good For Kids
    Pets Can Be Good For Kids

    If your kids are keen to have a pet, but all you can think about is how you will have to feed and care for their furry and feathered friends, there are some benefits that you may not be considering. Having a pet will invariably mean that you have more to ...

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