Dating when you have kids: Knowing the right time and what to tell them
Breaking up is hard to do blah blah blah. Let’s get to the good bit — eventually you’ll probably want to date again. You’re over the ex, ready to have fun and find love again (if that’s what you’re into). But just because you’re good to go, doesn’t mean your kids are.
When the family pet dies, children deserve the chance to grieve
If you think telling your child Fido, Fluffy or Feathers has “gone to live on a farm” is a good strategy when the family pet dies, think again. You’re likely missing an opportunity to help them grieve and learn about death, no matter their age, according to the experts.
Kids as Young as Eight Being Treated for Anxiety Problems
Children as young as eight are being treated for anxiety problems triggered by social networking sites. Psychologists say modern technology is producing a growing number of children needing therapy to deal with distress arising from posts on Facebook and other sites.
Turn on, log in and stress out kids
Grown in technology is effecting our kids
How to fix your family feud
Hot days, long car trips and hours spent in close quarters. Yep, holiday season can be a breeding ground for fights in the family.
Dolly – Girl magazine review
Article from Generation Next. A social enterprise providing education and information to protect and enhance the mental health of young people
Do you repeatedly go over stuff that’s already happened, agonise over the future and obsessively go over scenarios of what could happen?
Can love be taught?
Given that relationships are such a huge aspect of life, can parents help children understand love from a young age, setting them up with realistic expectations?
Announcing your Pregnancy on YouTube
In the era of “is nothing private any more?” thousands of women are revealing their pregnancy test results live on camera and posting the videos on YouTube.
Can you learn to like him?
When it comes to love, is “head over heels” the only variety?