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Playful Parents Prevent Anxious Kids : Study

Article written by : Belinda Tasker They studied a group of 312 families and discovered that mums and dads who used more so-called challenging parent behaviour (CPB) had kids whose anxiety levels were significantly less than others. Previous research has established...

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Saying “No” To Your Children is Good for Them

Georgina Manning interviewed for the New York International Business Times - Article written by: Pritha Paul Most parents want to give their kids everything they want in life. But according to parenting experts, saying “yes” to every demand that your children make may...

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Friendships & Conflict

Friendships & Conflict During primary school children go through many stages of making friends and along the way will experience conflict at some stage.  It is very normal for children to experience conflict from time to time as this a way of children discovering...

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Teaching kids to be Problem Solvers

Teaching Kids to be problem solvers One important area that is vital to help children become more resilient is to help them become ‘problem solvers’. If children can solve their own problems their confidence grows as they realise that they are able to cope with...

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Supporting your child with anxiety

Reassure that anxiety is normal Let your child know that it is normal to have fears and worries and that you also get worried at times. Remind your child that anxiety is not dangerous – it is just a feeling that people have. Reassure that you can relax and calm...

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