Jan
05
2012

From The Globe and Mail

Here’s a New Year’s resolution that will make a big difference in your enjoyment of life with your teen. It’s this simple: I won’t take what they say so personally.

There’s a big problem when you have a teenager. They are nice some of the time, but some of the time they are irredeemably not nice. When you go against what they want, they have this unpleasant tendency to become really nasty. Their words hurt.

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Jan
04
2012

From The Globe and Mail

There is an unfortunate holiday gift – a very bad gift indeed – that parents can unwittingly give their teenaged children. But there is a way to turn that bad gift into something very good.

Vivian was approached by her 14-year-old daughter, Fiona, just as they were about to go into the dining room for the traditional Christmas feast at Vivian’s sister’s home.

“Mom, Aunt Victoria says I’m supposed to sit at the little kids’ table, and April [her four-months-older cousin] gets to sit at with the adults. It’s not fair.”

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Dec
22
2011

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility wishes you an enjoyable holiday season filled with memorable family gatherings and safe celebrations

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Dec
21
2011

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is pleased to honor five attorneys general from across the nation for their extraordinary efforts to eliminate

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