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Freedom From Negative Generational Influence

Freedom from Negative Generational Influence To Register Click Here Our Freedom From Negative Generational Influence  seminar will be held on Thursday November 26th, 2015 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at 838 York Street in Cornwall. Are you repeating patterns of addiction, abuse or promiscuity displayed by your parents? Do you find yourself repeating behaviors you […]

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Some Kinds of Praise May be Bad for Your Children – By Michael Hart, MA, CCC

Some Kinds of Praise May be Bad for Your Children – By Michael Hart, MA, CCC

It is considered common wisdom that praising children is good for their self-esteem and their development into successful adults. However, new research from the university of Columbia is shifting this paradigm on its head. The findings from this research are very important for parents, teachers, coaches, youth leaders, or anyone who is involved with children In her […]

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Godly Parenting

Michael Hart, Canadian Certified Counsellor, along with Melissa Waggott, delivers a very important talk on parenting. To a great extent, who we are today is depends on what sort of parenting we had in childhood. Some of us carry emotional wounds as a result of parenting. While there is no way to guarantee that a […]

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How to Raise Resilient Children

How to Raise Resilient Children by Michael Hart, MA,CCC Those of us over the age of 40 years old are probably familiar with the old saying, “children should be seen and not heard.” This philosophy of raising children has no doubt left emotional scars on many who grew up in households that put it into […]

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Parents’ Influence on Adolescents’ Sexual Behaviour

by: The Heritage Foundation Research suggests that parents can strongly influence their teens’ sexual behavior. Parents’ marital status, their disapproval of and discussion with teens about the standards of behavior and the social and moral consequence of teen sexual activity as well as parental monitoring all appear to impact teens’ decisions to engage in sexual activity. 1 ◦ […]

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Is Your Mother a Narcissist?

by Sasrah Treleaven Keeping the mother-daughter bond healthy can be challenging even at the best of times. But if your mother is a narcissist, your relationship can become exponentially more difficult and damaging. Dr. Karyl McBride, author of ‘Will I Ever Be Good Enough: Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers,’ explains maternal narcissism and offers guidance on […]

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