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#Dailytips for parents – Mornings

#Dailytips for parents – Mornings

  Plan what you can and let go of what you cannot. Before you hit the sheets tonight, get organised for your morning – these are some of the things you can do: Kids: Check with kids they have their school bags packed, (homework inside) Confirm they have everything they need to take the next day Are school clothes laid out, After school activity “stuff” packed Do they know how they are getting home?/ What they are doing after school? (Especially little ones just starting school, write them a note/ draw a picture so that they can refer to it ...

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Positive Parenting in the teen years & before

Positive Parenting in the teen years & before

The teen years are notoriously challenging for parents, but it is possible to have an adolescent who is responsible, considerate, and shows good judgment. Your teen is guaranteed to make some mistakes– after all, they aren’t a mature adult yet, and we adults make plenty of mistakes. But positive parenting can make the teen years more positive—for everyone! The teen years Teenage years are about making a transition into adulthood, so your child’s job is to find their sea legs as a person, to shape their own identity and to determine what’s important to them. If you have a warm, ...

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Seven BIG tips for raising great girls

Seven BIG tips for raising great girls

Girls, like boys, benefit enormously from having parents who are attentive to their needs. Here are seven very smart tips for raising girls Girls have a head start on boys in the academic stakes but life these days is not all smooth sailing for girls. They are often harder on themselves than boys, more likely to be perfectionists; and have more fears. Girls, like boys, benefit enormously from having parents who are attentive to their needs. Here are seven BIG tips for raising great girls:   1. Help girls face up to their fears. Research shows that girls have more ...

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