School holidays bring all kinds of new stressors, especially around expectations.
My plea today is to keep an eye on developmental milestones just in case some kind of intervention is required, but on the whole, notice how our child is responding...
How to help children cope with changes in their lives?
Why do some children underperform in school? What can be done about it?
How to deal with the anxiety that teens may suffer? What can be done about it?
What extent we ‘control’ our children’s access to social media? Why it is important to have parental controls on their social media.
Do you know this tips for creating the space babies need to develop their own brains into awesomeness?
Practical Parenting this week: The Adult Chair, it’s a therapeutic group where people in our area can encourage each other to live healthier and more authentic lives.
So, what has dancing got to do with parenting?
Practical parenting this week borders the ultimate decision when your children asks for a dog or cata?
What can we do to ease the transition of our children from dependence to independence?
There has long been an acceptance that attachment plays an important role in the development of babies into adults.
Parents seem to be the main driver of encouraging their offspring to exclude the UK universities from their plans.
The medical and psychological professions have worked hard to help us with developmental milestones.
How has the pandemic affected our ability to bring our children up?
Jullie Waller talks about a key to happiness: forgive yourself and stop comparing yourself to others.
Julie Waller explains all the benefits of writing for oneself in order to reinforce oneself in a positive way.
Practical Parenting talks about the hidden dangers of using avoidance strategies.
“Kids love to be silly and goofy ..play often takes extra time and therefore gets in the way of parents.”
New Year’s resolutions can be an integral part of building deeper connection with our children, resolving the challenges of 2021 together.
Christmas, for me is that time of year when all those who celebrate it, enjoy the focus of added meaning to life, that reminder of deep connection.
Practical parenting this week tells us what COVID-19 fatigue is and how to cope with it over the Christmas holidays this year.
The type of kindness that Positive psychology promotes, is that which is just gently beyond ourselves and our own family.
How to highlight Christmas to your kids.
If we can teach our children how to manage change effectively we can prepare them for almost anything
“We’ve fallen into the habit of striking children and adopted the excuse that it benefits them in some way...”