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Youth Outreach

United for BC Wildfire Recovery

Wildfires across British Columbia continue to force families from their communities, and our thoughts are with those who are being affected.  Many of your Success By 6 colleagues, community partners and the many children and families that are the focus of the initiative, have had to l
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Coffee Break

Why Do Girls Tend to Have More Anxiety Than Boys?

The laid-back, underachieving boy; the hyperachieving, anxious girl. Over the three decades since I graduated from medical school, and especially over the past 10 years, this pattern has become increasingly common in my practice. In one case, which is pretty typical, my patient’s pare
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Youth Conference

  Submitted by: Magali Larochelle Youth Outreach Worker The Youth Conference’s goals were to empower and to engage youth aged 12 to 18 years living in the Columbia Valley. The youth conference offered different workshops mostly focused on leadership skills and half of the worksho
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14 Ways to Keep Your Child from Developing an Eating Disorder

  In this culture, unfortunately, many of us eat diets that aren’t very healthy, and we don’t get enough exercise. That’s true for our kids, too. In fact, experts suggest that this is the first generation that’s less healthy than their parents. Unfortunate
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Holding On to Our Kids in a Digital World

by Deborah MacNamara Digital devices provide kids with the capacity to connect with each other like never before. No longer confined by geography , classroom walls or home, they have unprecedented access to a constant stream of friends, information and entertainment. While our kids em
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Importance of Early Years (3)

Importance of Early Years (3)
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How to Raise a Responsible Child

  We all want to raise responsible children. And we all want to live in a world where others have been raised to be responsible, a world where adults don’t shrug off their responsibilities as citizens. As my son said, surveying the littered park when he was three, “Don̵
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Canadian Tire JumpStart Program

  Contact Information: Family Dynamix Address: 1317 7th Avenue, Invermere, BC Telephone: 250-342-5566 Website: www.familydynamix.ca One-in-three Canadian families cannot afford to enrol their children in organized sports and/or physical activities (Vision Critical, 2011) which me
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Two useful websites

https://youth.anxietybc.com https://onlinesossafetymagaxine.com
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