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Born to worry

Respond well, rather than react to their anxieties Many children are born to worry. The environment they live in may contribute, but worry and anxiousness is in their nature. As a parent of a worrier, and also a born worrier …

Three stages of bonding

What do a baby, a three year old and a fifteen year old have in common? Each is an age of bonding, which is a vital developmental task of childhood. A baby bonds with her mother (and father) Forming bonds …

When kids’ heroes fall

The recent ball tampering scandal involving the Australian cricket team has been front and centre in the media in recent days. The condemnation of the actions of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft, the main protagonists in this ongoing …

Darlings in public, devils at home

“Why does my child behave well for others, but not for me?” This is a common question many parents ask. It’s frustrating! I remember my primary school-aged children having very poor table manners at home, yet after sleep-overs and visits …

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