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.
In this article Dr Justin Coulson explains how you can speak to your teen in a way that they’ll be more likely to listen to you.
Your body is changing, your voice is sounding different, and your brain is struggling to keep up. I’ve been thinking about some things you should know.
Parents who seem to walk the ‘involvement’ line best, seem to do these following five things consistently with their tweens and teens.
A father’s role is critical in helping his daughter navigate the uncertainties of adolescence. Here are 4 insights for dads.
“Family traditions counter alienation and confusion. They help us define who we are; they provide something steady, reliable and safe in a confusing world.”
The long days of school holidays can be challenging for families. And if they’re lucky enough to have time off, children complain about how ‘bored’ they are.
Take a deep breath and quit comparing…even to your own expectations! You don’t have to be flawless to be the mum that your children need.