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Laughter is free, fun, and good for your health. Here are some of the things laughter can do for you, and some ways to bring more joy into your life.
Today we’re sharing a short blog featuring five of our top blog posts of 2020. We’re always open to new blog ideas and would love for you to share any ideas you’d like to see us write about this year. If there’s anything you’d like to see us write more about or new topics you’d like us to cover, please share your suggestions with us in the blog comments below.
Are you unsure which of your priorities is most important in the New Year? Do you have plenty of dreams for the future, but not many concrete plans?
Check out these 15 resolutions you can make to improve your physical and mental well being during the next 12 months and beyond.
To help you celebrate the best of 2020 and look forward to 2021, we’ve put together a short holiday gathering conversation starter. You can use it with your kids, a loved one, or your entire family. The goal is to stimulate your collective thoughts, inject some humour and help you and your loved ones find hope.
Holiday movies and TV specials can teach us how to live better and enjoy more happiness year round. These are some of the most important life lessons from a few old favourites and some other works that may be less well known.
We all learn from our mistakes. Every situation is an opportunity for growth. Obviously there are certain mistakes you want to protect your kids from, such as playing on a busy road or sticking their hand on a hot burner. But in other situations, they’ll learn more if left to discover the consequences themselves.
When you equip your children with a positive outlook, you’re setting them up for a happy and successful life. There are many things you can do each day to foster a positive outlook in your kids, but having a positive outlook yourself is the most important thing you can do to help your children grow. Let them know they make a positive difference in your life and love them unconditionally.
When kids misbehave, act out or refuse to listen, yelling may feel like the most instinctive thing to do, but yelling at kids has been shown to have detrimental short and long-term psychological effects on children.
Dad Central’s vision is to see an involved, responsible and devoted dad for every child. To help achieve this vision, we’d like to simplify what it means to be a positively involved dad. It’s also important that we communicate our position that healthy families come in many forms. What is also true from research is that positive father involvement is essential.