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Les Enfants Not-So-Terrible – 4 Reasons Why French Children Are So...

How we raise our children to become well-rounded, pleasant and useful members of society is one of our prime concerns as parents. We...

How To Talk To Your Kids About Disabilities

Kids are curious, and that’s a wonderful thing. But sometimes they ask difficult questions, and we might feel awkward or embarrassed as we’re unsure...

Ask The Parents – The ‘Terrible Twos’ Are Starting And I’m...

There’s a reason why toddler tantrums are the stuff of legend. Your child might have been an angel since birth, but at some...

7 Ways You Can Teach Your Children Empathy

You might want to teach your children empathy. But sometimes they do it for you. Take this example. A little boy was hunched on the restaurant...

Ask The Parents – How Can I Get My Kids To...

It’s great when kids play nicely together, but even the closest of friends and siblings will fight over a toy they both want....

5 Ways To Overcome Your Toddler’s New Baby Jealousy

Did you just have a new baby and are now dealing with a jealous toddler or older sibling? You probably feel frustrated, sad and...

Why 14 Is A Dangerous Age

Teenage behaviour often mystifies us. We wonder why they’re drawn to activities and behaviour we consider risky and dangerous – even though, as parents,...

How Temperament Influences Your Parenting Style

Everyone is different. Some people like noise and activity; others prefer quiet and solitude. One child might be calm and placid, while their sibling might...

How To Recognize And Support Your Highly Sensitive Child

Sensitivity in life is often seen as a negative. Being too sensitive emotionally can cause problems in relationships, friendships, social situations, and at work. Physical...

How Letting Go Is The Hardest Thing To Do As A...

Do you remember how it felt to hold your newborn baby in your arms? He or she was so tiny, so helpless, relying on...

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Multi-Generational Living – How To Live Happily With Family

I've never really considered multi-generational living. But when he was about 65, my dad asked me a question. As he was embarking on a...

Why We Should Teach Our Daughters To Track Their Menstrual Cycle

It was evident there was a problem as soon as she walked into the room. My daughter had been looking forward to a night...

6 Reasons Why Scandinavian Parenting Rules The World

Like most parents, we’ll occasionally leave our pram or buggy (stroller) outside while we pop into a café for a welcome drink. As a...
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Technoference: A Habit Parents Should Ditch In 2019

You arrive at the park with your kids and encourage them to play. You sit down and pull out your phone. Your children come...

I’m Parenting My Teenage Son And My Mum And Dad: The Reality Of The...

I remember when I became an official member of the sandwich generation. Two and a half years ago my father was taken to hospital and...

The 7 Things Every Single Mum Wants You To Know

Many of us have a partner-in-crime to help us along the perilous parenting path. Even when things aren’t going well, it’s good to know...

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