Nov
04
2010

From The Globe and Mail

Dear Dr. Wolf,

My 15-year-old son had been hanging around with older kids and started using serious drugs. Since we went into family counselling, he’s no longer using drugs, but he's still doing things I don't feel comfortable with – occasionally drinking and partying late. He says that we should now trust him. We have said that he can drink as long as it’s very limited and he tells us. We feel we are doing harm reduction, a compromise we can live with. But I worry about him constantly. At the same time, I was a rebel too and when my parents pushed me too hard I ran away. What should I do?

Afraid to Push...

Oct
30
2010

We're happy to announce that we're working together with Apolo Anton Ohno again, as he brings his book tour to the East Coast!

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Oct
29
2010

We’re big fans of Halloween.

But we’re even bigger fans of a safe Halloween.

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Oct
21
2010

From The Globe and Mail

Jason and Melissa’s parents were having an argument in the kitchen. Both of their teenagers were in the adjoining TV room.

“All you ever do is think of yourself.”

“All you ever do is nag.”

“I wouldn’t have to nag if you ever did anything.” ...

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