Self Esteem and Knowing Yourself

Let them believe in Santa!

Let them believe in Santa!

Should we let our kids believe in Santa Claus and the whole holiday magic? Absolutely, and psychoeducator Solène Bourque tells us why.

December 8, 2020
My child doesn't believe in Santa

My child doesn't believe in Santa

Around the age of reason, your child could start having doubts about the existence of Santa Claus... but this doesn't mean the holiday season magic is over!

December 8, 2020
Be careful what you tell your children

Be careful what you tell your children

These little sayings seem harmless but they can leave negative traces and give your child a false sense of guilt. Here is a quick autopsy of the parental language.

September 21, 2020
Modesty and public pools

Modesty and public pools

As your child grows up, the way they see themselves and others transforms, naturally. While they understand that there is a difference between the two sexes, modesty overtakes them.

July 20, 2020
What is love, mom?

What is love, mom?

Love is many things and you will know what it is when you see it. Is that a good explanation? No? Let’s try harder...

February 10, 2020
Believing in fairytales

Believing in fairytales

Should we tell fictitious stories to our kids? Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the baby-delivering Stork, the Tooth Fairy?

November 25, 2019
The dangers of hyper-education

The dangers of hyper-education

The growing number of young people suffering from burnout, performance anxiety and depression is causing concern. Hyper-education has been at the heart of hot topics for some years now.

June 24, 2019
The instinct of children

The instinct of children

“We won’t leave until you give a big hug to your uncle!” What should we do or avoid to help our children follow their instinct?

January 4, 2013

This week
Ear infections, antibiotics, and prevention

Becoming a parent also means being acquainted with several small infections encountered during our own childhood. Ear infections are numerous and can leave you having lots of questions. We try to respond to the most frequent ones.

My child is often absentminded!

Do you find yourself often repeating phrases like "Hello? Is anyone there?" ? If so, it seems that your child is often absentminded. Here's how to help your distracted children stay concentrated.

Dental Flare-Ups

Even if inevitable, the teething period is still a difficult time to live through! Fortunately, there are natural solutions to relieve your baby ...

My child is in-toeing

Have you noticed your child’s feet tend to point inwards when they are walking? Have you started worrying or wondering if this is normal? If you're thinking "But what causes this and what can I do to fix it?", keep reading!