Sons

Why I'm a Fan of Tough Love Parenting

Sue Nador | Posted 02.19.2014 | Canada Living
Sue Nador

I was never the "good job" kind of mom. My two sons didn't get standing ovations for doing ordinary party tricks like learning to use the potty, eating broccoli or making their beds. Nope, I never subscribed to the theory that "good job" parenting would minimize their risk of becoming future psychopaths.

Talk To Your Son About His Body

Anne Theriault | Posted 10.16.2013 | Canada Living
Anne Theriault

Talk to your son about his body. Give him the vocabulary that he needs to communicate how he feels about himself. Teach him that it's normal to think about his appearance. Teach him that being a boy doesn't take away his right to have feelings about his body. Don't assume that you can talk about your son's body any differently than you talk about your daughter's.

Eight Ways to Pick a Great Partner

Diane Francis | Posted 09.29.2013 | Canada Living
Diane Francis

A marriage for many years, if it will involve children, is an extremely complex partnership and here are some nuggets that I have gleaned over the years from experiences, my therapist sister and the hundreds of self-help books that I have devoured as a frustrated shrink myself.

10 Things Nobody Told Me About Having Boys!

Jenna Em | Posted 01.13.2013 | Canada Living
Jenna Em

I sometimes wonder if I was properly prepared for having five kids, four of whom are little boys. After all, no one handed me the instructions manual that explained what makes boys tick! So, I've decided to write the Cole's Notes version, just for you! Share it if you know someone who also never received the manual!

Sons of Dictators an Intractable Problem?

Qais Ghanem, MD | Posted 12.11.2011 | Canada
Qais Ghanem, MD

Arab nations that succeed in overthrowing their dictators have to ensure that any future presidents, whether civilian or military, are never allowed to appoint their sons to vital positions, especially any military or police or security ones.