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Find your inner cat

by Michael Grose
Ever notice how kids will happily respond to one parent, while their partner can use the same words but always be ignored? There’s no mystery to this. It’s the way we say something as well as the words we choose …
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Positive Parenting

Find your inner cat

by Michael Grose
Ever notice how kids will happily respond to one parent, while their partner can use the same words but always…
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Behaviour

Parenting kids who want to be boss

by Michael Grose
If you are locked in a power struggle with a child or youngster, then you’ll be forever battling to get…
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Behaviour

Win kids’ cooperation, don’t demand it

by Michael Grose
Parenting is fun when kids are cooperative, but a nightmare when kids refuse to behave the way you wish they…
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Anxiety

7 phrases to avoid when kids are anxious

by Michael Grose
Talking with kids when they are anxious can be hard work for parents and teachers. Sometimes just one word out…
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Girls

Encourage girls to face their fears

by Michael Grose
All kids experience fear at some stage but according to a recent study girls experience more fears than boys. Author…
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Boys

Parenting boys: Little known secret to parenting success

by Michael Grose
It’s stating the obvious, but boys and girls are different. One of the biggest differences revolves around time and timing.…
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Positive Parenting

Developing responsibility in kids

by Michael Grose
Many parents ask me how they can develop responsibility in their kids. The answer is simple – give responsibility to…

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Resilience

Hopeful kids are happy kids

by Dr. Justin Coulson
Think of two children who you have regular contact with: one who is resilient and happy, and one who is…
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Digital

Dealing with video game crazes: Fortnite and fanaticism

by Martine Oglethorpe
Working with kids in schools these past weeks, and indeed having five children of my own, has alerted me to…
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