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Don't forget to secure your furniture.
I promise you, there is middle ground between shame and renting out billboard ads.
Parents need to stick together.
"I'm relieved that this is the story I get to tell – that she's in my home, here and safe," said her mom.
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These fun, educational activities are perfect for summer.
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It's often referred to as a "silent" condition.
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And what they're seeing now is much different than the porn of our youth.
But it's not all good news.
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How homegrown Canadian tech is tackling our $31 billion food waste crisis.
Does life get any better than this?
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Snow, hockey, maple syrup... these activities include all the stereotypical elements of our country!
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Parenting expert Alyson Schafer on how to teach kids to be accepting of all people.
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Whether your kids have racked up enough points to travel to the moon and back, or don't even have passports yet, introducing them to new destinations can be done even on a shoestring budget -- through books. I scoured our local bookstore, grocery store and at-home library to bring you the top 10 books that are sure to ignite the travel bug in your child.
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So many health benefits (once you get past the tears)!
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For those who've never had oral sex to those who are obsessed.
Lazy Cat Kitchen
Bonus: you'll have lower body fat, too!
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From salads to pastas to a delicious green curry.
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Put down the fakon and pick up a fork.
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Has this happened to you?
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Red eyes are rarely a good thing.
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But with some work you can save your relationship too!
Feeling gassy and bloated is NOT normal.
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"Some people fit into girl and boy, and some people don't. And that's OK, because they're still people."
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As weeks, months and years fly by, we are all missing opportunities to talk about real things -- important things -- with our parents. There are things that only they can answer or explain. Sadly, the reality is that when they pass, many of those answers, explanations and stories will go with them. So why are we wasting time? Why don't we ask them the questions that would explain events that shaped them, decisions they made and important lessons they learned? Questions that would yield new insights, understanding and compassion... for people we think we know so well?
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Be on the lookout for tell-tale symptoms of this painful (but common) illness.
The birds and the bees may not be the only difficult conversation you'll be having with your kids, discussing money and finances with your children can be just as challenging. Given the lack of mandated financial literacy courses in Canada, parents can fill the void by teaching financial concepts to their children early on.
We are doing a huge disservice to our kids. We are raising a generation of children who are going to be incapable of succeeding in the modern era. They are being taught to be egocentric and to give up, often before even trying.