Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Relationship Between Parenting Education and Attachment

Hi, When you receive this newsletter I will be in the middle of a wonderful holiday. I am visiting New York, I will be Ottawa for my brother-in-law’s birthday and my niece’s wedding along with other family and friend visits … Continue reading






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How to Change NO to YES

Hi, A good leader has a vision and focus. They are clear on their objectives and see themselves as part of a team. They listen to other team members and are willing to ask for help. Last weekend I joined … Continue reading






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Back to School – in the workplace

Okay, the kids are back to school. Somehow we all survived the first day and the kids got to the right building, the right classroom and the new teacher. And they are settled until June. But what was it like … Continue reading






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If you Die — who looks after the kids?

Hello, It’s a topic we want to avoid. What happens to the kids if something happens to us? You need to consider it and this month’s article will guide you on the road to taking this difficult step. But first: … Continue reading






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