How often do we become angry over the mistakes people make, or for parents, the texter scrawled along the wall?
If you’re an Aussie parent unsure about when it’s ok to leave your kid home alone, these practical questions can help you to know if they are ready!
Experts make a big deal about telling parents to read to their children. It’s one of the best things we can do to help them develop positively.
Our kids don’t need smart phones, but they do need smart parents to give wise guidelines and set good and positive examples.
It’s one of the buzzwords of the decade, with good reason! Recent research shows that practising mindfulness with our kids has tremendous positive impacts.
Dr Justin Coulson highlights three things for every parent to teach their children about: social media, body safety, and pornography.
For parents, “mornings” and “magic” hardly go together. Try these 4 tips from Dr Justin Coulson to make mornings easier and yes, maybe even magical.
There is little question that children today play differently to children two decades ago. 2-6 year-old children are on screens around 26 hours per week.
Emotional intelligence requires us to do four things: become aware of how we’re feeling, regulate our emotions, show empathy and work with people rather than do things to them.
When our partner or spouse suggests we’re doing it wrong, it can feel like a personal attack. These 3 tips can help you get onto the same page without the friction.