Discipline For Teenagers

Teenagers still need discipline. But how can you help your teenager make amends, learn from mistakes or learn from natural consequences? Here’s how!

How do you have a difficult conversation with your teenager? (Video Tips for Raising Teenagers #3)

Need to have a tricky conversation with your teenager? Follow these three top tips to explain yourself well, empathise with your teen, and find solutions for the best possible outcome.

Do you wish your relationship with your teenager was closer? (Video Tips for Raising Teenagers #2)

Want to feel closer to your teenager? Here are three great ways to reconnect and get back a happier, closer relationship with your teen.

Is Your Teenager Spending Way Too Long on Video Games? (Video Tips for Raising Teenagers #1)

Ready to tackle your teen’s addiction to video games? Use these three steps to agree a time limit, get them to stick to the time limit and find other things to do after screen time.

Ten fun ways to help your child manage money –from toddlers to teens

How can you help your child become financially independent? Here are 10 tips to help a toddler, child or teenager learn money management skills.

20 Reasons Why Children Need Dads

Children benefit from having two loving parents in their lives. Here are 20 reasons why it’s good for children to spend time with their Dad.

The 10 biggest mistakes parents make

10 parenting mistakes and how to avoid them in YOUR family. From ensuring quality time and family fun through to positive discipline and tackling poor habits.

My teenager is rude and disrespectful. What can I do?

Here are 11 steps to take if your teenager is defiant, rude, argumentative, pushing boundaries, and getting into trouble at school.

How to help your child prepare for University

If your child is going to University, here are lots of practical ideas and suggestions to set your teenager up for a successful start to Uni life.

A step by step approach to resolving conflict for family harmony

Do you struggle with conflict? Use this ‘resolving conflict worksheet’ to plan a difficult discussion with your spouse, partner or teenager for the best possible outcome.

41 things you can do if your teenager steals from you

Is your teenager stealing? Here are 41 practical ideas and strategies to tackle the stealing and help your teen learn to be honest and trustworthy.

27 Tips on How to Reduce your Children’s Screen Time

Fed up with your child on the computer or mobile? Find out the disadvantages of screen time and learn 27 practical tips and tricks to reduce your child’s screen time.

Parenting together: Using problem solving to set family rules

Do you have a united front with your partner? No? then follow this step-by-step process to discuss and agree YOUR family rules.

14 tips for Helping Children with Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence will determine your child’s life happiness. But what can you DO AND SAY to help your child handle their own feelings and the feelings of others?

How to teach your child problem solving

Instead of telling your child what to do when they have a problem, teach them the life-skill of finding solutions to their own issues using this process.

Tips to help Teens get a good nights’ sleep

Does your teenager struggle to fall asleep? Here is a list of habits, tricks, tips and strategies to help your teenager drop off to sleep.

20 ways to help teenagers handle their anger.

Teenage anger can be frightening. Here are 20 tried-and-tested ways to help your teenager learn to manage their angry outbursts.

After the Riots -Parenting issues debated in the House of Commons

Is parenting to blame when ‘normal’ children get involved in rioting? Highlights from the House of Commons debate on parenting.

Top Ten tips for Enjoying your Teenager

Living with a teenager can be tough. Here are 10 ways to help keep a good relationship with your teenager during the tricky years of adolescence.

Breaking away from the family. From teenager to adult.

How can you raise an independent self-reliant teenager who is ready to leave home with all the life skills they need? It’s not easy, but it is possible. Read how.