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The Lockdown forced me to re-valuate re- prioritse what matters, to be present for my kids and to feel grateful for whatt we have.Read more
The morning run of dropping my kids off at school has been at best routine and even sometimes mechanical UNTIL this morning.Read more
The term ADHD has been rolling off the tongues of many parents and teachers alike. But what is it, really? And how do we cope with it? October is ADHD Awareness Month. Learn why these four letters have become common, and find support from parent seminars to help you manage it well.Read more
Why it’s important to be healthy role models for your kids – and how YOU can get started.
You may not know it, but your day-to-day behaviour – from the way you drive or the tone of your voice to how healthy you are – is shaping the way your child will act for the rest of their life.
As parents we have the responsibility to teach our children how to deal with their anger and other emotions in effective and appropriate ways. The following tools can help you manage your anger more effectively..Read more
Use load shedding to have some fun with your kids and family and take a break from the digital world. Here are some valuable ideas of what you can do.Read more
December has barely started, and you’ve already tried every boredom busting activity you can think of. Don’t worry, here are 26 fun and festive ideas to keep the kids entertained during the holidays.Read more
Remember those carefree days when you were a kid? When the biggest decision you needed to make was whether you wanted chocolate or strawberry milkshake as your treat? And then, before you knew it, you were a teenager and worries were about how good your hairstyle was or if your clothes were fashionable enough.Read more
There are many trends in parenting styles that change from decade to decade or even year to year – helicopter parenting, tiger parenting, respectful parenting, attachment parenting… So which one is best?Read more
There’s no escaping it… Kids and technology usage are a reality and the sooner parents realise this, the better. Instead of trying to keep your child in the dark ages (which seems to be the 90s for kids of today) perhaps parents ought to equip themselves with important information that will assist them in keeping tabs on their child’s internet usage without being over-intrusive, especially with teens.Read more
When a child is in a time-out, I absolutely guarantee you that they are not thinking about the wrongness of their behavior, what they can do to make amends, or how they can improve in the future. What they are thinking about is either how much they hate you and how they can get revenge, or how much they hate themselves and what a terrible, unworthy human being they are.Read more