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Ayurvedic Teas from Tetley

Ayurvedic teas from Tetley satisfy my tea cravings while helping to balance mind and body. It’s the only thing I love as much as coffee. If I’m being honest, I might even love it more.

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Taking small steps to find balance

I’ve been writing about some of the steps I’m taking to give my sanity a helping hand. These past few weeks (months?) have been stressful and I knew that I needed to take some steps and find balance again.

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Exploring the link between gender and emotional expression

Babies cry. Little girls and boys cry. But somewhere on the path to manhood, crying becomes socially unacceptable for boys. What makes some boys feel like it’s okay to cry, and others feel like they’re less of a “man” if they do?

A doctor shares tips for smoother check-ups

Want to get the most out of your check-ups? A doctor shares some insider tips.

By being engaged, parents can help develop their children’s mental health

Parents and kids alike identify coping with ups and downs as a major issue.

Help for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviour

Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours, or BFRBs affect approximately two million Canadian adults and children.

Tips from an Autism mom: Managing melt downs

Life can change in the blink of an eye. In the home of family with Autism, this is life, every single day.   When our son Daniel was 28 months old he was diagnosed with PDD-NOS (Pervasive Development Disorder – Not Otherwise Specified). That was the first major “blink of an...

Help Me Sara: Does my child need therapy?

Sometimes counselling – for children and parents – can go a long way.

How to deal with cutting and other forms of self-harm

If you're concerned your teen could be struggling with emotions, look for these changes in behaviour.

Neurologist Dr. Frances Jensen and The Teenage Brain

Her new book outlines why teens sometimes make bad decisions.

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