A study of six-month old infants whose fathers work outside the home has revealed that low levels of support for dads in the workplace can make parenting harder. Researchers from Pennsylvania State University (“Paternal Work Stress and Fa
The best way to start is to re-read all of your children’s report cards from this year (and beyond). Are there specific suggestions for improvement or review? Do you see any repeated themes or comments? Make a list of the
Most parents admit they want their kids to be empathetic and thankful. Not only are these virtues cornerstones of EQ (Emotional Intelligence) but they are critical for conflict resolution, effective communication and overall leadership.
A think-tank study reveals the secret: tough love is made of three ingredients – confident parents, warmth, and consistent discipline. But how do you mix these three ingredients in the right way? Start by understanding warmth, using co
How many of us have set goals for ourselves as parents that all too quickly are forgotten or put aside the first time something doesn’t work out as planned? The following set of principles will help you achieve your goals
The best green ideas sprout from some of our youngest minds. This is why Sunlight Green Clean Kids has recognized the initiatives of 12-year-old Dilshan from Mississauga and children from across the country with Green Grants, which allow
With Father's Day just around the corner, get ready for Dads Count 2010 Conference on June 12. Come out and join the party where fathers of all ages get together to discuss, teach and learn the latest techniques when it