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If you’re looking for parenting help and advice from someone who really understands the challenges raising kids can bring, then you’re in the right place. With over 25 years experience working with children and having raised two kids of her own, Sue really knows how to make positive changes in any family.

Regularly featured on ITV’s This Morning and many other TV and radio shows, her advice is much sought after due to her positive, guilt-free attitude and effective solutions. The Sue Atkins Parenting Blog is where Sue shares some of her best advice to help you raise confident, resilient, independent kids. With new posts featured every few days you’ll always find something new, interesting and relevant to read.

Got a topic you’d like covered? Just let Sue know and your question might be answered in the next blog!

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As children embrace life outside the classroom – this is an opportunity to nurture their ‘Character’

  Where does ‘character’ come from? Is it something we are born with, develop or are taught? Is it fixed and determined at birth or something that can be moulded, encouraged and nurtured? Character is the product of what we teach our kids as parents. It’s linked […]

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Every time you think of something that you can’t do right now because of lockdown ……

                Today make a ….. “We can’t wait to jar.” Every time you think of something that you can’t do right now because of lockdown, write it down on a piece of paper and put it in the jar. Then […]

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It’s not ALL about Joe Wicks. Preparing Children for the Return To Their New Secondary School During Lock Down is an Opportunity not a Insurmountable Challenge

        The world of social media is awash with activities to home school kids from getting them physical with Joe Wicks, to Maths with Carol Vorderman, to Music with Myleen Klass to Science with Maddie Moate. But as we enter a new calmer phase […]

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The Importance Of Play

Play is in danger of becoming a lost ‘art’ for families across the UK, as 21% of time-starved parents admit that they have forgotten how to play and struggle to engage their children in creative and imaginative activities that will help their development according to a new […]

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Siblings without the rivalry!

Sibling rivalry has always had a bad press – think of Cain slaughtering Abel and Joseph being thrown down the well and sold by his brothers because they were jealous of his beautiful multi coloured coat! Sibling rivalry can apply to any child living in the same […]

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The ‘Never Enough’ Problem & How To Get Rid Of It.

I’ve been working a with a lovely busy Mum helping her re – connect with the fun of being a Mum of two young children. Tiredness, lack of sleep, lots of worry can rob us of the joy of being a parent. She’d fallen into the rather […]

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Practical Tips on How to RESPOND Rather Than REACT. My Pause Button Technique

            Much of our lives is spent in reaction to others and to events around us. The problem is that these reactions might not always be the best course of action, and as a result, they can make our children, ourselves and […]

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The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story To Ponder

“Response-ability” The magic of metaphor from my never ending notebook and everlasting pencil. “Response-ability” is a strange sort of word because it shows us that we all have a choice in the way we respond to the different situations and circumstances we find ourselves in. In most […]

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Why DO children act up, misbehave and get ‘naughty?’

That word ‘naughty.’ It’s quite laden. So, what does the word mean? It usually means that your child is exhibiting behaviour that you find frustrating, irritating, confusing, challenging, annoying or even bizarre! So are your kids mischievous, spirited, not doing as they’re told, downright disobedient or are […]

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I’ve been working with a perfectionist – but he’s only 5 years old !

                I’ve been working with an absolutely lovely 5 year old who is suffering already from self imposed “Perfectionism.” He is incredibly hard on himself. When he gets some small thing wrong he has a meltdown, says “I’m terrible at […]

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