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Several parents underestimate the importance of parenting skills. Not knowing how to care for a newborn or having a limited understanding of the stages, milestones and needs of a child could be a leading to serious repercussions in future. How do you learn the best methods of parenting? WhereParentsTalk is a community created to educate and empower parents to learn the most effective and healthy parenting skills online. Our blogs and articles provide useful information on parenting tips and advice, with guidance from experts. We cover a wide range of topics on parenting to meet the ever-evolving needs of different parents. You can find authentic and dependable information on our site. We offer the latest information on parenting. Our healthy parenting skills online support you in navigating parenting from birth and beyond. WhereParentsTalk provides parenting information that you can trust, helpful advice and proven tips to help you on your parenting journey.

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So the media has descended swiftly on the devastated community of La Loche, Saskatchewan, in typical fashion, to recount a horrific tale involving a boy with a gun, a killing spree, reeling families, a shell-shocked community.  All of which equal Canada’s worst school shooting. Why are we the lea...

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Whether you like it or not, giving birth exposes you to a myriad of tips and a mountain of advice courtesy of your fellow parents. From breastfeeding to sleep habits and everything in between, it seems everyone is an expert when it comes to surviving those postpartum days. I found myself on the r...

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The hotly-contested topic of work-life balance continues to fascinate me, in part because I’m likely one of the few out there who thinks IT IS POSSIBLE.  I speak from experience and over the last decade or so have discussed the topic with various newsmakers (see video interviews below) to learn abou...

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Parents access Facebook on their mobile devices 1.3 times more often than their childless counterparts, according to a recent multinational study. Facebook IQ, the social network’s consumer research arm, surveyed more than 8000 parents aged 25 to 65 across eight international markets to gather it...

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Being from the West but living in the East, I have spent a lot of time on airplanes with my one-year old en route to visit family. The experience of flying with her has evolved from her first trip at three-months to her most recent flight at 13-months.  In some ways it’s become much easier (no more ...

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In the height of our beautiful fall weather, I suggested to my husband that we spend a Saturday afternoon apple picking with our daughter at a nearby orchard. His telltale groan suggested he’d rather do anything other than pick apples with a few hundred people. When I finally relented, he asked me a...

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Having a newborn is tough; there are no two ways about it. It’s a life-altering adjustment that you can’t fully prepare for beforehand and the feeling of being overwhelmed is almost constant. At one point or another, we all felt driven to our wits end by the demands of having someone rely on us 24/7...
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October is both Learning Disabilities Awareness Month and an ADHD Awareness Month.  According to Statistics Canada, more than half (59.8%) of all the children with disabilities in this country have a learning disability, 3.2% of all Canadian children have a learning disability – that’s roughly one c...
Akiva Medjuck of National Benefit Authority about Canada Pension Plan (CPP) disability

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If you are a disabled person in Canada, there are many resources available to you at both the provincial and the federal level. If you suddenly find yourself unable to work due to a long-term or permanent disability, you could be eligible to access the pension you have been paying into throughout yo...