11 Ways to Begin the Term with Resilience

11 Ways to Begin the Term with Resilience

We know that our resilience is sometimes not strong enough to allow us to stay calm and deal with all the problems that life throws our way. Resilience is not …

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Mental health of dads can affect their parenting

Mental Health of Dads can Affect their Parenting

It’s not just mums who can suffer from pre and post-natal depression, dads are also at risk. Researchers have mainly studied pre and post-natal depression in Mums in recent years. …

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reducing parent stress

Reducing Parent’s Stress Increases Children’s Self Esteem

Here’s some vital news for parents who are stressed Everyone knows that healthy self-esteem is crucial to a child’s sense of value and self-worth. What is less well known is …

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Parent fatigue is common

Fatigue is one of the most common health problems reported by parents of infants and young children.

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iceberg model of student attitudes

Students are like icebergs: Their attitudes are deep!

The iceberg model illustrates the powerful influence attitudes have on how young people think, feel, and behave.

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Beating Bullying 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 the power to cope with …

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