Keep an eye out for my free resource (which I'll be releasing soon!) for parents going through separation / divorce. Kids ask tricky questions and my free guide covers 15 common ones that kids ask when going through a break-up. It's packed full of helpful tips and ideas for answering them. And all completely free, no catch, no pitch! It's my gift to you, because we are not alone in this parenting journey!
Change is never easy. As a parent how can you help your kids cope when you are struggling yourself? If you use these strategies to embrace change you may even find that the change becomes a positive experience, even if it doesn't seem like it at the time!
Often the best cure for many parenting issues, behaviour problems, bad attitudes, and sibling relationship dramas is one simple idea: FUN. Here are ten of our favourites. Some of these kids' activities are useful ways to make boring tasks (ones the kids usually moan about!) a bit more fun and others are just fun for the sake of it!
Podcasts helped me experience personal growth in a much faster way than I would have managed on my own. I'll share my favourites as a starting place for you to explore.
Everything from stomping feet, to flailing on the floor, to screaming, to physically attacking people and things. It’s basically a name for every parent’s nightmare… especially if tantrums happen in public.
A dad's role is to help their kids feel valued. When I was a child, every Valentine's Day my dad (a single parent of three girls) gave me a little note and chocolates. That small gesture meant a lot. I felt cherished, loved and lovable. But the most important thing he did for me and… Continue reading Valentines ideas for dads