A new, kinder, kind of divorce
In an interview in Alberta Venture magazine, Karen Stewart was asked what would be her “advice to anyone about to divorce”.
Grandparents raising grandchildren
"When you are a Grandparent, starting to parent again, you don’t fit anywhere. The friends you had before, as much as they try to support you, realize very quickly you are no longer able to do the things with them
Question: My 14-year-old daughter and 13-year-old son have stopped talking to me. I found such a drastic difference when they became “teenagers”. Are there some tips or suggestions for me to get
Get it right the first time
For all of us who need a break, we’re finally getting one in the form of a day off on Monday, February 18. Family Day is our brand new statutory holiday granted by the Government of Ontario. Our wish for
Building a culture of teamwork
The buzzword for success in today’s secondary schools, colleges, universities, and the workplace is teamwork. The idea is if a group collectively tackles a problem the results will outstrip what could be achieved by an individual alone.
Birth order, wish lists and tarty attire
Question: I’ve heard, in the past, a little information on birth order. Can you share with me the common points?
Bring peace to the season
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Chanukah or Kwanzaa, the holidays are supposed to be a time of peace, joy and happiness. Yet for many families, the overriding feeling is stress.
Just ask Christine Campion. The 38-year-
How to write a family newsletter
We’ve all received them — those dreaded holiday newsletters that either drone on about Aunt Sue and Uncle George’s summer vacation in Tucson or brag about how Shane (the preschooler) is reading at the second-grade level and Billy got