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Teaching boys to respect women

by Dr Rosina McAlpine
Recent events and current statistics highlight that as a nation we have a serious problem when it comes to domestic violence. While there’s no easy solution, together, we can do our part to stop violence against women. If you’re a parent …
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Teaching boys to respect women

by Dr Rosina McAlpine
Recent events and current statistics highlight that as a nation we have a serious problem when it comes to domestic…
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Disciplining your sensitive child

by Michael Grose
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Convince me!

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