Posts Tagged 'cyberbullying'

The capacity to recover from difficulties; to spring back into shape; the ability to be elastic – these are all definitions of that magic word parents all talk about and desperately hope we are teaching our children – resilience.   There is no doubt that resilient folk fare better in life. The ability to rationalise […]

  Some days I don’t  feel like a full-grown parent but rather, a portion of a parent living in a petri dish breeding emotions that science has yet to define. For instance, one day I’m confident and on track. And the next? I’m feeling a strange emotional mix of contradiction, guilt, and apology. Perhaps I […]

Has your teen been a little moody lately, short-tempered, or even oddly quiet? Outside of the normal teen angst, there could be some digital friction going on beneath that tentative smile. An off-color joke, a false accusation, a mean comment, an unreturned text; all of these peer slights can cause an emotional avalanche in any teen. Clear communication is fast […]

The joy of parenthood! We offer our children the best opportunities to help them become happy, healthy, responsible and educated citizens. While we want to understand their needs and desires to become the ideal parent, we also remain concerned about their well-being, taking outmost care to ensure that they grow as responsible citizens. This concern […]

Listen up parents: live streaming is the latest trend that you need to get your heads around. Not only are there privacy issues that you need to understand so you can keep your kids safe but live streaming may just explain why your Internet usage is spiraling upwards! To ensure we’re are all up to […]