Parents and Fatigue

Been wondering why parenting drains your energy? Well it seems you’re not alone. Researchers at the Parenting Research Centre in Melbourne, undertook an Australian community …

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Students are like icebergs: Their attitudes are deep!

By Michael E. Bernard, Ph.D. Attitudes are especially important to a young person’s wellbeing. The iceberg model above illustrates the powerful influence that attitudes have …

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Beating the bullies by thinking differently

Having a resilient mindset makes a big difference to how much damage bullying does – parents and teachers can help kids learn that they have …

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The parenting style that builds greatest resilience in kids

Kids are often better than adults at bouncing back and some kids seem to be born with a temperament that provides them with a talent …

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Why it pays to teach social and emotional skills to our kids

As parents, we really want our kids to get the most out of learning and life in general. Learning can be so much fun, especially …

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