5 Books That Help Children Understand Feelings Better
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5 Books That Help Children Understand Feelings Better

Childhood is often described as the ‘golden age’, and it can be easy to underestimate the amount going in children’s heads. Most of us look back on our childhoods fondly, reminiscing about blissful carefree years. But, in reality, childhood can be a time of stress, anxiety, and early signs of mental health difficulties. According to…
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In Understandable Terms: 5 Things You Need to Know About Communicating Divorce to Your Children
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In Understandable Terms: 5 Things You Need to Know About Communicating Divorce to Your Children

If you and your significant other have decided it would be best for you two to separate, conveying the news to your children is never an easy task. When breaking the news to your children, consider these five tips to successfully convey the message to your children with the least damage possible. Don’t point fingers…
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James DeVellis – Activities to Inspire Your Children To Write
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James DeVellis – Activities to Inspire Your Children To Write

It isn’t always easy as a parent to get your kids interested in certain activities but one which you should always try to get them interested is writing. Writing can help them in so many different ways from learning to be creative, boosting their vocabulary and helping them get to grips with better grammar. Writing…
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Pleasant Parenting – 7 Ways to Take the Stress Out of Early Motherhood
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Pleasant Parenting – 7 Ways to Take the Stress Out of Early Motherhood

Feeling stressed? You’re not alone. Most mothers agree that parenting is incredibly stressful. When at its worst that stress can negatively affect personal relationships, mental well-being and your work life. Unchecked stress can also affect your relationship with your child, making you insensitive to their needs and less fun to be around in general. To…
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