Growing up in South Africa, sleepover camps weren’t nearly as popular. Or maybe it was just me who didn’t care to know much about them. I hated the idea of not having a washroom in my cabin and having to make my way to one with only a flashlight to guide me. And I didn’t want to si...Read Camps – know your child when choosing day versus sleepover
Toronto, Ontario – parenting seminar for parents who have children with diabetes
“It was a pleasure to work with Sara Dimerman recently at both our Health Care Professional and Family Diabetes Days at SickKids. Sara was very flexible in meeting the needs of the audiences she presented to...Read SickKids Hospital
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You’re about to settle into a round of Scrabble Junior with your child, age seven. Do you give it your best or hold back so as not to win by a landslide? It’s a dilemma almost every parent faces at some point. Here are a few thoughts on how to compete with your kids without defeating or ...Read Should you let your kid win?
Hello, I am wanting to move out of my own house lately or buy a shed for my daughter to live in. She never has a polite tone towards me, is always arguing with absolutely everything, doesn’t seem to care about anyone but herself. This is extremely difficult for her older aspergers sister and y...Listen to Single mom frustrated with impolite teenaged daughter