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Neuroscientist James Fallon has written a first-person account of his own self-discovery related to the nature vs. nurture debate.
Improving adult couple relationships can be one of the key strategies for decreasing and potentially eradicating interpersonal violence.
How can we correct the negative trajectory of mental health problems like the two most prevalent conditions, anxiety and depression?
The Chilliwack Child and Youth Committee (CYC) is attempting to make the experience of looking for help a little less distressing.
A concern for the children is driving more parents to programs like ‘Couples Boot Camp’
Resilient as children may be, evidence from science increasingly demonstrates how sensitive and absorbent their brains are.
When parent focus most of their energy on the kids and not enough on themselves, ironically, they may be hurting their kids.
Evidence from the McCreary Center BC Adolescent Health Survey (AHS) suggests things may not be as bad as sometimes conjectured.
Although the prevalence of social media may lead us to think there is not much left in life that is private, psychologists and counsellors know that we all have secrets and schemas to which we alone are privy.
Some of the greatest dangers for children are found in their own homes. Competent parents and caregivers are of course alert and take precautions. Gates on stairs, locks on low cupboards, toxic substances out of reach, lifejackets around the pool. Often forgotten though are the harmful effects of some patterns of parental thinking.
According to a paper on “Spirituality in Mentally Healthy Communities”, 2008 was…
Human pair bonding (aka; marriage, common-law, intimate couple relationships) is an important…