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All You Need Is Love & A Strong (Wi-Fi) Connection

Author: Evelyn Oteng-Pabi Next year – it’s happening, and I cannot wait! Not only do I marry and become wife to the best man I know...

Keeping A Promise

Author: Jessica Aiato   For the past few months, we have spent so much time with our families due to the global pandemic. COVID-19 has turned...

Asthma and Coronavirus

Author: Open Airways  What should people with asthma know about the current Covid-19 pandemic.  First the good news, someone with asthma is not at a higher...

Parent Life TV Let’s Talk Sex Segment 2


Parent Life TV Episode 4 Let’s Talk About Sex Segment 1

Let's Talk about Sex is geared to parents with school age kids. Here we interviewed Elisha Huttick a Sex Educator and Jonea Paynter a Counselor. They give some great tips of how to use teachable moments to begin dialogue with your kids. Elisha also gives some of the myths teens believe about sex.

Parent Life TV Episode 3 Overweight Kids Seg 2

Dr Talbot a Pediatrician and Mellonie Furbert a Dietician from Department of Health speak about the issue of overweight kids in our community.

Parent Life TV Overweight Kids Seg 1

Davina Rawlins and her mom Juliette Darrell talk candidly about their eating habits and how they have become overweight. As well as how they are trying to reduce their weight and change her diet for her son

Parent LifeTV Teen Parents Talk Candidly About Their Experience Ep2 Seg1

We talk to 2 teen mothers and the Director of Teen Services in Bermuda about their experience as young parents and how they found themselves in this position.

Parent Life TV Ep 1 Seg 2 Cont Child Sexual Abuse

Segment 2 of Child Sexual Abuse continues. Sheelagh Cooper, Jon Brunson and Debi Ray-Rivers talk about a sex offenders list. What it may look like if Bermuda had one. Do you think the public should know the names of sexual offenders?

Parent Life TV Ep 1 Seg 3 Child Sexual Abuse

Dr Philip Brownell discusses how sex offenders can be treated and rehabilited as well as whether children who have been sexually abused will go on to become sex offenders themselves.

How do I get my child to stop lying?

It may seem strange, but lying is actually a healthy part of your child’s development says parenting expert Ann Douglas. We provide some helpful hints on how you can get your child to stop lying.

How do I become a more patient parent?

When it comes to parenting, patience really is a virtue. But as every mom or dad knows, it’s not always easy. In this helpful video, we share why taking a little time for yourself can truly go a long way to becoming a more patient parent.

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