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Diane Moore is a certified family life counselor.

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Diane Moore is a certified family life counselor.

    Parent talk tip: Christmas and food

    Parent talk tip: Christmas and food

    Let's talk about food, food and Christmas. You know what I find interesting is in the Old Testament. When God wanted His people to celebrate a great historical event He always surrounded it with a feast.

    • 3 Min.
    Parent talk tip: christmas wonder

    Parent talk tip: christmas wonder

    Christmas is about wonder. We don't want to miss the Christmas of wonder.

    • 3 Min.
    Parent talk tip: Prevent materialism

    Parent talk tip: Prevent materialism

    Parents are worried about materialism at Christmas. Our culture is all about materialism, bbecause billions and billions of dollars are spent on advertising to make us feel discontent with what we have, and especially to make our children feel discontent with what they have, so that they can write their Christmas list in great detail.

    • 3 Min.
    Parent talk tip: Tips to reduce stress

    Parent talk tip: Tips to reduce stress

    Parents have a real conflict at Christmas; it's a time for peace on earth, good will toward men. Remember, the angels came to the shepherds and said, "peace on earth." The problem that parents have is, that it's a time for a lot of pressure, especially for moms.

    • 4 Min.
    Parent talk: Exposing children to secular media

    Parent talk: Exposing children to secular media

    For most children it's an everyday occurrence to spend time in front of a television or game screen. What happens when their parents values and belief systems clash with those offered up by the entertainment industry? Parents who struggle with this clash of cultures can turn to family life counselor Diane Moore for help.

    • 18 Min.
    Parent talk: Obedience

    Parent talk: Obedience

    This is what parents say all the time when they come to see Diane Moore at her private counseling practice in Vancouver. But parents don't have to repeat themselves three and four times to get their kids to obey. In fact, Diane, who is an author and family life counselor, says that when parents say something for a second time they make themselves weak.

    • 33 Min.

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