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Michael Grose

It's easy to over-complicate parenting particularly when it comes to teaching kids how to behave well. Some systems we put in place are so complex that we end up arguing with kids over the system rather than the original behaviour or issue.

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Michael Grose

Sleep deprivation has a compounding affect so an hour less per night is like a full night without sleep by the end of the week. Lack of sleep can lead to inattentiveness at school, poor memory, inconsistent performance, bad temper and even stimulant use as a sleep substitute.

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Michael Grose

Shyness and self-consciousness can hold both boys and girls back in many social situations. How to parent childfen who experience shyness? There are things that you can do to help.

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Middle Child Myths

12 August
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Michael Grose

There are plenty of myths around about middle children - neglected, low creativity, resentful - to name a few. But middles can be just as successful as children in other positions and have plenty of positives going for them

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Michael Grose

A recent study of US Sports stars found that those who were practised in decision-making as kids were more likely to make made smart choices as adults,  unlike some sports celebs who make the news for the wrong reasons.  Here's a simple, powerful decision-making formula that applies to any family to help kids get practice in making choices.

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