Here are 6 tips to help your child understand and process why their school fete, disco, sport events and play dates are being cancelled.
Category / Parenting
Dealing with depression in our children is confronting. If you suspect your child might be depressed, here are some steps you can take.
Reports on COVID-19 are everywhere – on every screen, in every feed, at work, and school. But how much is too much information? And what is age appropriate?
Whenever I ask a group of tween or teen boys what they think the main area of body focus is, for boys, they yell out, ‘A six-pack!’
Parenting involves sacrifice. Whether it’s getting up early to take them to their game or going without in order to provide for them, it’s just what we do.
Nothing stirs the heart of a parent more than bullying. I don’t think there is a week that goes by without a story in the media about a child being bullied.
Regardless of whether your child wins or loses, you’re winning right? They’re at sport… but how do we handle bad sportsmanship?
Sometimes the obsessive tendency for things to be ‘just so’ can undermine our goal to build confidence and responsibility into our kids.
I am consistently being told by parents that they want to raise kids who are strong, independent thinkers. They want to raise leaders.
“If she missed out on learning to cook, what else had her mother failed to pass on? Because clearly, you don’t know what you don’t know.”