Lashing out in anger is something that can easily turn into a habit for our children. Anger is usually based on a strong sense of fear or sadness.
One of the great fears Mum’s have is that their kids will not grow up and continue living in Christian faith. What can you do to plant the roots of faith?
Why? What? When? Where? How? You could almost describe it as a syndrome – the Little Voice with Endless Questions or LVEQs.
Studies show that beginning at about the age of three, kids begin lying to conceal things they have done wrong and will readily lie to avoid punishment.
Let’s face it though; yelling feels terrible. Most parents also admit it rarely works. And research shows it’s bad for our kids.
Study after study points to screen time as a significant predictor of decreased mental health in young people. Parents instinctively know this.
Should you step in with other people’s kids? Using the right kind of communication can help you work through these situations.
“When you have a premature birth, it’s usually quite sudden and unexpected. [It’s] tough for a lot of families” Kylie shares how she found hope through it.
I worry – consistently – about my kids’ safety when they’re not at home. Should I be getting them to use a location tracker so I know they’re safe?
One of the latest trends to worry parents is the so-called “Momo Challenge” – a meme based around a spooky image of a fictional character with large eyes.