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Practical Tips For Parenting With Confidence

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 achieve anything they set their minds to.  They understand their strengths and the areas which they have to work on, and are...

Sibling Harmony?

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, door slamming, crying and then “mummmmmmm!!!!”.  Chances are you answered yes to the second option and you wouldn’t be...

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 spend time with people we don't often see, smiling inanely, and telling everyone what a wonderful time we're having! Not to mention the...

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 next day.  How quickly your child’s battery runs flat depends in part on their character, how much their willpower has been...

Our Summer Challenge

I am often asked about ways to instil confidence in children.  It is my profound belief that confidence comes from our ability to ‘let go’ and allow our children to ‘try’,  take calculated risks, and learn from their mistakes.  This can be quite a change in mindset...

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