A brief summary of recent changes.Read More
There are obvious benefits of wealth, but are there mental health costs?Read More
Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk with Dr. Gordon Neufeld about chronically inflexible, bossy, defiant kids and those who need to be the boss.Read More
Could watching movies with your spouse replace couples therapy? Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about recent research.Read More
Social Media expert Amber MacArthur talks with Dr. Brian about kids online behaviour and safety.Read More
Boys want close friendships as much as girls do, but their behaviour changes in the teen years.Read More
Doctors Brian and Giuseppe break down suggestions from Time magazine, the Globe and Mail, and the New York Times, to find the best ideas for making and keeping New Year's Resolutions.Read More
Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about how jealousy affects relationships and what to do about it.Read More
In their first 2011 interview with Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Drs. Brian and Giuseppe discuss his developmental approach to parenting.
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Can parents who sacrifice everything for their kids still be happy?Read More
Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about weddings, including stress, weight concerns, the groom's role, and more!Read More
The importance of gratitude in relationships and its impact on mental health.
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How do iPhones and other gadgets affect relationships?
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How can parents help kids adjust to the back to school transition?
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Online surveillance, the child-free life, and bully magnets are the top three stories this week.
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Going back to school means getting back to homework, but does working at home help kids to do better?
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An interview with Dr. Allen Frances, author of Saving Normal, about the dangers of a loose diagnostic system for the treatment of kids.Read More
Declining intelligence, the link between anger and heart attacks, and the impact of starting school at a younger age.Read More
Dr. Wayne Hammond, president of Resiliency Initiatives, talks about how parents can help their kids to "bounce back" from stressful situations.Read More
New diagnostic categories could label grieving as depression and temper tantrums as a psychiatric disorder.
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