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Ask The Parents – Should I Let My Child Choose What...

We all want to encourage our kids to express themselves freely, and one of the most fundamental ways any of us can do...

5 Secrets To Raising Strong And Independent Daughters

It might not be immediately obvious that you're following the right path to be raising strong and independent daughters. Sometimes, it creeps on up...

6 Great Strategies For Parenting Your Adult Children

As our kids get older, our relationship with them inevitably alters. They are now independent, our equals, with their own lives. Adapting to the...

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...

Kids And Mobiles – When Should You Say ‘Yes’ To A...

As parents, we’re aware that much of child-raising is trial and error. We rely on our own beliefs and experiences. We talk to friends...

12 Things Your Child Should Know Before Staying Home Alone

Can you depend on your child when it comes to completing homework, doing domestic tasks, or following instructions? If things don't go as planned,...

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Fertility Apps – Are They Better Than Traditional Methods?

Fertility awareness apps are being championed as a new approach to contraception. In reality, while the technology may be new, women have been predicting...

Career Guidance For Kids Is Our Best Hope For Climate Change

We all care, at some level, about our planet and for our children. And yet, ample research has proven that we are doing a...

Want To Know How To Get Kids To Do Chores? Try The Maya Method!

If I had a pound – or a Euro, or a dollar – every time one of my friends complained about their kids never...

Your Pre-Schooler’s Social Skills Matter More Than Their ‘Studies’

If you were to Google “what my child should know before starting kindergarten” you would find yourself wading through a barrage of checklists and...

School Suspensions Don’t Stop Violence – They Help Students Celebrate It

When school officials suspend students, the idea is to maintain a safe environment and deter violence and other problematic behavior on the...

I Lost My First Baby At 21 Weeks And Then It Happened Again –...

Last month marked 23 years since I gave stillbirth to a teeny-tiny little girl, my Rebekah Leanne. While she is always in my heart,...

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