What Your Hemline Says About You

“Judgement” a starkly eloquent photo taken by first year university student (Rosea Lake, Capilano University in Vancouver) has received worldwide attention recently. In the wake of several shocking and internationally condemned acts of violence against women, it makes us pause and reconsider the built-in biases we all have. In a perfect world, you shouldn’t be judged …

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Teaching Kids to “Pay It Forward”

  The following article lists the “Top 10” ways kids can help out in their community. When your kids are little, it’s essential that parents participate alongside your kids in these generous acts. You’ll be proud of your kids during their teen and young adult years when your “kindness-in-action” teachings from their childhood pay off. …

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Sugary Drinks Fuel Depression

Here’s another reason to show respect for our bodies by eating healthy. Turns out that drinking more than 4 sweetened soft drinks a day comes with a 30-40% increased risk of depression. And drinkers of artificially-sweetened soft drinks aren’t off the hook, either. Researchers speculate that aspartame may be the culprit in the low-cal drinks, …

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Self-Respect: What is it? (Infographic)

What underlies bullying? The lack of respect for yourself and others.  When you are grounded in respect you are less likely to bully others to get or maintain friendships and won’t stand by while others are being bullied. How do we keep ourselves grounded in respect? First we need to know what self-respect looks like. …

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Lessons We MUST Learn From Amanda Todd

Amanda Todd

15-year-old Amanda Todd from Coquitlam, British Columbia killed herself this week, after several years of terror at the hands of a cyberbully/cyberstalker and merciless, cruel-hearted peer taunting and physical violence at several schools. Now we’re “outraged” as an article in the Toronto Star says: http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/1270262–b-c-victim-of-cyber-bullying-commits-suicide Where was our outrage while this was happening? Why weren’t …

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