Parenting

Force creates resistance.There are 5 things we could do instead of forcing children towards their fears in an effort to build resilience.

Here’s how parents can maintain healthy conversations with their teens, taken from the book, They’ll Be Okay written by psychologist, Collett Smart.

Why are teenagers so impulsive? To understand why some adolescents take risks, we need to look inside their heads – literally.

Most unsolicited sexting and requests for nude images follow a typical pattern. Often our children don’t recognise they’re in danger until it is too late.

Research shows that students who are conscientious and open to new experiences score a full grade higher than the average student.

Here are some tips to help you get your extended family back on track when parents and grandparents disagree on how to raise your kids.

As restrictions have started to ease across the rest of the nation, our Victorian children are struggling more and more to follow the rules still in place.

Just because your child does not mention it, does not mean they have not been exposed. Here’s some tips when starting a conversation.

When it comes to motivating behaviour, it is undeniable that fear is a strong motivator. But why does it work? And what does it actually do?

Talking to your children about challenges you’re facing is a daunting task. It can be so hard to be strong when you probably feel like falling apart. 


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