school age


What moms misunderstand about sons

A sense of longing for more from her son – for more affection, more closeness – is common among moms. Misunderstanding your son's masculine nature might be fuelling that sense of disconnection in your relationship.

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Building a Christ-centred home

Can you help me understand what it means to build a family life that is truly founded upon Christian values? 

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Porn and our kids: What parents need to know

In North America, 90 percent of boys and 60 percent of girls are exposed to pornography before the age of 18. It’s time for us, as parents, to consider what statistics like these mean for us and our kids. How can we minimize the harm?

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Helping kids bounce back from setbacks

We can’t protect our kids from all the blows that will come their way. But it’s imperative that we teach our kids how to think about them constructively.

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Should children visit terminally ill relatives?

My grandmother is in the final stages of terminal cancer and her illness has dramatically altered her physical appearance. Recently she expressed a desire to see my two young children. Should I allow the kids to visit her? Would they find the experience too upsetting

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