A summer of connection could prevent a mental health issue later
What a rollercoaster these past 18 months have been, particularly for our children! As we call time on school and lessons we might be
Building Sound Friendships
We all know the importance of friendships; they help children learn empathy, how to share, problem solve , increase creativity, and improve communication. Yet
Want to stop battling with your teen?
For those of you who feel you are constantly ‘battling’ with your teenager this blog post is for you. The frontal lobes, which are
Raising Confident Children
A child doesn’t have to be an extrovert to be confident. Confident children are simply comfortable in their own skins, and believe they can
Is your house a tranquil haven this school holiday, filled with peaceful sounds of sibling harmony, or is it more like world war three with shouting,
The Parent Christmas Survival Kit!
It is aptly named the ‘silly season’ for a reason; all routine and rationale goes out the window, as we travel huge distances to
Children’s willpower: a battery which needs recharging
Children’s willpower is like a rechargeable battery; it starts the day full and slowly drains away to nothing, before sleep recharges it for the