Posts Tagged ‘parental advice’

How to manage other people’s trials and tantrums with NLP

Mar 13 2016

When your child or an adult you know flips out, melts down or lashes out, shouts how do you know what’s really going on – and how to deal with it calmly and compassionately?

We can all overreact sometimes and when it happens to someone we love it’s hard to know what to do for the best, these extreme reactions often trigger our own. If this is you, someone you work with or someone you love, it’s important to understand what’s going on in your brain when this happens and that can better inform you as to how to deal with it.

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5 Ways to Improve Family Life Balance

Jun 26 2013

As a parent managing the school run, extracurricular activities, work deadlines, family and social engagements as well as making family time a priority can be a constant challenge! So what’s the solution? Here are my suggested 5 ways to improve family life balance.

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Are You a Helicopter Parent?

May 20 2013

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a helicopter parent!

Hovering over their children, these over-zealous parents are filling every available minute with supervised activity. They micromanage their child’s life and bail them out of every tricky situation. Is this perfect parenting or a recipe for disaster?

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THE 3 OF US

Nov 20 2012

New service for families: Babies are wonderful but they can put pressure on even the strongest relationships. Stress at home can also be harmful for your baby, so a session from THE 3 OF US – a new service from relationship experts – is the best thing you can do for your baby and yourselves.

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UK charity offers help to parents who are worried about the costs of sending their kids back to school

Nov 08 2012

As cuts, salary freezes and childcare fees continue to wipe out family earnings, UK charity Turn2us is urging parents to check their eligibility online to help pay for uniforms, class materials, school trips and lunches.

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