Coronavirus – The Gift of Social Isolation
Could social isolation be a gift for you and your family? Could being stuck at home actually be a blessing to build family bonds, have fun, talk, and have more quality time together?
Coronavirus – Dealing with Conflict at home
Coronavirus-forced isolation can lead to a lot of conflict at home. Learn how to deal with parent/child conflict, help siblings sort out their own arguments, and sort out arguments with your teenager (or partner!) without conflict
Child off school due to Coronavirus? Great ways to start a conversation
If your child is off school for a long time, it’s a good time to build your relationship. Here are some great questions to ask during mealtimes or quiet times to get some meaningful conversations started about Coronavirus, your child, your relationship, the family, values, school, emotions and more.
Parenting and Coronavirus – 7 ways to be a good leader
Parenting is leadership. During this Coronavirus pandemic here are 7 great ways to act more as a leader, set a great example and connect with the people who matter most in your life.
Why Routines are Vital to Help Children Cope Well during Coronavirus School Closures
Learn how to set up good routines, while your child is off school, to help them cope well with the uncertainty of life during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus school closures – 10 Ways to Cope With Your Child at home 24/7
is your child’s school or nursery shut, due to Coronavirus? Here are 10 great ideas to keep your child entertained and spend some quality time with them.
Many parents are at a complete loss at how to handle an angry child
Do you have an angry child? Here are 10 effective ways to help your child to calm down when they’re annoyed, frustrated or have an outburst.
One Big Mistake Parents Make that can Mess Up Children for Life
The big mistake YOU could be making, as a parent, that could damage your child’s mental health, self-esteem, self-reliance and confidence.
7 steps to raise a child who will make a real difference in the world
Here are 7 practical steps you can take to help your child feel happy and able and achieve success in life.
Chat, Play, Read: Top 10 Tips
These top ten tips are being used by the Department of Education to help parents interact more with their pre-school children. Which ones are YOU using?
25 things children should be doing
It is your job, as a parent to raise your child to become a responsible adult who can care for themselves, with all the life skills they need. Is YOUR child doing all these?
Things Your Child’s Teacher Wants You to Know
Why it’s good to work with your child’s school and support the teacher. So, your child becomes well-educated, respectful, hard-working, well-rounded and self-disciplined.