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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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The Permission to Criticise your Partner Exercise! So grab a cup of coffee and a pen and start to let it all out!

This worksheet is one that I use with my personal clients and I thought as it’s a special week about romance and keeping the glow I’d share it with you! This worksheet gives you complete permission to let it all out – all the frustrations, resentments, anger, […]

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If you really loved me I wouldn’t have to ask !

Keeping the Glow with your Partner. Do you want more attention, more respect, more help with the kids, more hugs, more romance, more surprises, more time together, more intimacy, and more fun? Someone to babysit, iron the shirts, help make the dinner sometimes or hang up the […]

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Are You Missing One of These for A Successful Relationship?

Keeping the Glow with your Partner. Although most of us desire a healthy relationship it’s surprising how many of us don’t really understand what makes love survive long term. Most of us are bombarded with images of love and sex in magazines, TV adverts, and on the […]

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The Six Needs of Every Successful Relationship – These Are The Keys to Lasting Love & Passion.

  Although most of us desire a healthy relationship it’s surprising how many of us don’t really understand what makes love survive long term. Most of us are bombarded with images of love and sex in magazines, TV adverts, and on the radio but often they idealise, […]

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Keeping The Glow – After Having Kids. The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story

  In keeping with this week’s theme on romance and relationships, here’s today’s story from my never ending notebook and everlasting pencil. The pioneering biologist Bruce Lipton found that the cells in your body are always in one or two modes: protection or growth. Basically, in fear–mode […]

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Keeping the Glow with your Partner – Permission to Criticise – Don’t hold back !

Keeping the Glow with your Partner This article gives you complete permission to let it all out – all the frustrations, resentments, anger, disappointments, annoyances and pain you feel for your partner at times.   Don’t hold back – give it 110% of your energy – this […]

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Keeping the Glow With Your Partner – Take a Snap Shot.

No matter where you are in your relationship, it’s important and healthy to regularly check in on it from time to time to keep it fresh, keep it growing and keep it alive. By asking some simple but thought provoking questions like: Where are you? Where are […]

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Keeping The Glow With Your Partner – Try Something New !

One reason why relationships get stale, go off the boil and become boring is that couples get stuck in a rut of routine and having children often takes away from the spontaneity that keeps love alive, fresh and expanding and growing. Doing the same things over and […]

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The Dance of Intimacy – Keeping The Glow With Your Partner

This week will be all about Valentine’s Day and can be a time of great romance or great pain. Many people put their children first and of course while this is necessary and honourable is it at the expense of your own relationship? I remember a great […]

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Divorce Step By Step – Taking Sides

It’s vital that you DON’T make your children feel that they have to take sides. It’s bad enough that some family and friends feel that they have to. In this video I talk to you about how your divorce may affect the relationship you have with Family […]

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The Sue Atkins Sunday Saying – a cup of positivi-tea

If you look for what’s right – in others, in relationships, in yourself, and in life – you’ll always find it. ~ Mike Dooley

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‘Food is more than Fuel’ ~ Sue’s Surprisingly Simple Tips to End Your Food Battles

One of the common themes on my Disney Junior Facebook Lives every month is about Fussy Eaters. I’m reading ‘Parenting Without Borders ‘ a completely fascinating book as it talks about the different cultural habits around sleep & how we probably create neurotic and anxious children around […]

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“Let’s wait until tea time” – teaching the art of WAITING !

  I was working in a school & one of the lovely dedicated teachers called Steve told me about how the French bake cakes with their kids on Saturday mornings & don’t eat them until tea time in the afternoon. It got me pondering. Technology, TV & […]

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Do you know the difference between ‘Encouragement & Praise’ and the BIG difference it can make to your child’s confidence?

Rudolf Dreikurs the eminent psychiatrist and parent educator said, “A child needs encouragement like a plant needs water.” In other words, encouragement is essential to raising happy, confident, resilient children. Of course, children won’t die without encouragement, but they’ll certainly wither. They need encouragement to blossom and […]

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The Sue Atkins Camcorder Technique

I’ve been coaching a lovely Mum who’s been finding her 13 year old daughter very challenging recently with her attitude and it got me thinking about the power of our emotions which can either create or break the connections of family harmony. As a parent you probably […]

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