It may be counter-intuitive for a frazzled mum or dad who’s longing for some quiet—but giving the kids the freedom to be noisy is great parenting.
When your kids aren’t listening to you which WILL happen, try these three things: speak softly, consider your timing and use the ‘gentle reminder’.
If your teen’s night time decisions are starting to stink of a lack of respect, then it may be time to put a curfew in place.
The world our children will work in needs them to be willing to discard the way things have always been in order to try new things.
Not everyone has a fabulous trip every school holidays. Plenty of other families have a day ahead just like yours.
7 hot tips to help you chill out with your kids, avoid too much expense and still make wonderful summer holiday memories!
New smart toys are capable of listening to your child. If they’re hearing things, they’re probably transmitting that information as well.
You wouldn’t think there was a skill to it, but new research highlights the importance of HOW parents read to their kids.
Is your child discouraged by competitiveness or comparison in their sport? Dr Justin Coulson explores strategies to help kids stay the course!
When the funeral was done and friends and family had gone home, Ann-Maree found herself grieving in unexpected moments – not knowing what to do with her parenting instincts.