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  • How To Deal With Kid's Stealing

    How To Deal With Kid’s Stealing

    Instilling a sense of right and wrong in our kids is all part of the Big Job that is parenting. Where stealing is concerned this life lesson typically starts from a very young age. We counsel our children on not swiping toys from playmates and stop them as they sneak their fingers into the biscuit

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    Helping Kids Through Divorce And Separation

    Helping Kids Through Divorce And Separation

    Whether married or living together, the vows we make and the determination we initially set out with – to be happy and love each other – can fizzle away,  sometimes despite all our best efforts relationships break down. This is not only hard for the couple involved but can be as hard if not harder

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    The Importance Of Outdoor Play

    The Importance Of Outdoor Play

    The increasingly high rates of mental distress in children in the western world is an on going cause for concern, with statistics for depression and anxiety being several times higher than they were fifty years ago. Being In Control A popular theory as to why this is taking place is the link between the reduction

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    Improving Your Teens Body Image

    Improving Your Teens Body Image

    In this media-obsessed age where images of stars and starlets are scrutinised daily, it can be difficult to know how to ensure your teenager has a realistic and healthy view of their own body. Healthy Eating It may be a cliché, but feeling good really does begin on the inside, so if your teen is

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    Teaching Children Positive Values

    Teaching Children Positive Values

    Positive values are an important part of forming character. Not only do they encourage your child to act in a way you’re proud of, they also help kids react appropriately when faced with big decisions. Key positive values children need to develop and socialise well include: caring, honesty, integrity, equality and responsibility. Teaching children these

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    Finding yourself as a single parent

    Finding yourself as a single parent

    Some people are single parents from the word go, whereas others become single parents after a relationship ends for whatever reason. The transition from being joint parents to being a single parent can be a real test and not something that is adapted to overnight. The simple reality of single parenting is that you have

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