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Ep 73: Helping Girls Navigate Friendships with Amy & Jess

Ep 73: Helping Girls Navigate Friendships with Amy & Jess

Friendships can be one of the biggest challenges our girls have to navigate. It can cause so much upset and make life miserable. So, Amy and Jess wrote a book to help their daughters so they never had to struggle with friendships as they did. They hope the hard...

Ep 72: Headstrong Children – How to Manage Them

Ep 72: Headstrong Children – How to Manage Them

  When we have a child who seems hellbent on arguing with everything we ask of them, making up their own rules, and struggling to manage their emotions – it can leave its mark on all of us.    We often feel like we’re parenting in a war zone and then feel guilty and...

Ep 71: Helping Children Manage Exam Stress with Stephanie Haynes

Ep 71: Helping Children Manage Exam Stress with Stephanie Haynes

In this episode Stephanie shares her strategies as an educational consultant and coach for supporting children and teens as they navigate tests and exams.  Whether your children are taking tests which measure their progress, exams to get into their next schools, or...

Ep 70: Why Are Children So Unhappy?

Ep 70: Why Are Children So Unhappy?

  A whole generation of children and teens are desperately unhappy.  A recent survey by the Children’s Society ranked UK children amongst the unhappiest in Europe, although the unhappiness trend is not just a UK phenomenon.  I’ll share my thoughts on why so many...

Ep 69: Investing in Yourself with Heather Black

Ep 69: Investing in Yourself with Heather Black

This is the first in my Investing In Yourself mini-series where incredible people share their wisdom and expertise across different areas in which we can invest in ourselves as parents.  Heather, the driving force and dynamo behind Supermums talks about her journey...

Episode 68: How to Talk to Children About Loss

Episode 68: How to Talk to Children About Loss

Whilst the release of this episode is immediately after the death Queen Elizabeth II, the approach I suggest is intended to cover any situation where a child comes into contact with the death of someone - whether that’s a direct relative, a friend, neighbour, public...

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