Increasing awareness of the dangers and consequences of underage drinking has played an important role in reducing the number of youth who drink under twenty-one. In fact, the government...
From The Globe and Mail The problem Your teenage child wants to change homes and live with your ex. Fifteen-year-old Logan says to his mother, “Mom, I want to live at Dad’s.”...
The problem A common complaint about today’s teens is that they feel entitled – they think they should get whatever they desire regardless of whether they have done anything to deserve...
A Clinical Psychologist and Best-selling Author, Dr. Wolf received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the City University of New York and received a bachelor's degree from Columbia College. He...
From The Globe and Mail A column that tackles behavioural problems from toddlers to teens The problem Your seven-year-old refuses to eat anything green. “I’m not going to eat any of...
From The Globe and Mail The Problem Your 14-year-old daughter asks you, “Mom, do you think I’m fat?” What can you say? It is such a loaded question. “Yes.” “...
From The Globe and Mai The problem Few things are as aggravating to parents as the constant back and forth tattling that goes on among siblings. “Dad, Travis said my nose makes me look like...
Via Maureen Dalbec, Vice President of Research and Data Analysis at The Century Council I grew up eating dinner as a family so when I had my own family, such dinners just naturally occurred....
From The Globe and Mail Teens are famous for their moodiness. Periods of feeling sad are part of a normal adolescence. Teenagers can develop serious depression, at which point you do need to enlist...
Via Bryan Clay, ambassador of the Ask, Listen, Learn program: I love being a part of the Ask, Listen, Learn team because it lets me talk with young people about the powerful effect making good...