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Bullying

Some tips on bullying every parent needs to know What is bullying? Bullying is defined as unwanted negative behaviour whether verbal, physical or psychological directed by an individual or a group against another person and which is repeated over time. This behaviour can be name calling, exclusion, isolation or intimidation or cyber bullying.  The effect [...]

By | January 19th, 2015|Primary school, Teens|0 Comments

Raising A Resilient Child

Resilience means 'bounceability'; the ability to bounce back from adversity How to help your child become resilient, so they cope well with difficulty A good parent gives their child opportunities to feel competent and confident and a sense of feeling loved for who they are; not what they do. They positively encourage the child to [...]

By | September 2nd, 2014|BLOG, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Building Self Esteem in your Child

Do you want to have a child who feels good about themselves and is confident and popular? Raising confident and competent children Here's a link to my new short video on the topic of  Building Self Esteem in your Child: Self Esteem means the child feels loved and capable For more ideas on ways to [...]

By | August 6th, 2014|BLOG|0 Comments

How to build Responsible, Competent , Capable Children

How to have a child/teen with strong self esteem and enjoy a responsible young person How to raise your child's self belief? Give them Opportunity, by never doing  for a child what they can do or learn to do for themselves. What does a child need in order to learn? Think about the first time [...]

By | May 27th, 2013|Family wellbeing|0 Comments

Self Esteem and your Child

How to have confident children? The two pillars of self esteem are: 1. How lovable do they feel (praise or correct Behaviour but always love their person). That means you will respond positively to difficult behaviour by separating the child from their behaviour: ('I love you but that behaviour is not okay, we'll talk when we're [...]

By | May 23rd, 2013|Family wellbeing|0 Comments