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Got an attention seeking child ? Here’s some tips and they may NOT be what you think !

In my  book called "Parenting Made Easy"  I write about what to do with an attention seeking child. This is just a taster of what I cover in  Chapter 9…

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Here are 6 Questions to Get you Out of Feeling Trapped, Stuck or Helpless.

    A good question is worth it’s weight in gold – as it shifts you from a sense of helplessness into a far more resourceful state. Here are 6 questions to get you out of feeling trapped, stuck or helpless. What are 3 positive things about […]

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Got an attention seeking child ? Here’s some tips and they may NOT be what you think !

In my book called “Parenting Made Easy” I write about what to do with an attention seeking child. This is just a taster of what I cover in Chapter 9 which is all about getting your little darlings to behave easily, also you can download my comprehensive […]

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10 simple and easy ways to develop your young child’s play

The importance of play in your children’s development There’s a great deal happening during playtime. Little ones are lifting, dropping, looking, pouring, bouncing, hiding, building, knocking down, discovering, exploring, and gaining dexterity and kinaesthetic experiences. They are learning key scientific concepts, such as what sinks and floats; […]

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The 7 Daily Questions To Ask Yourself During Lock Down.

  Many of us find ourselves in quarantine in our homes coping with enormous uncertainty. There was an interesting article I read from Brooke Anderson in the ‘Greater Good Magazine’ who wrote about 6 daily questions to ask ourselves each day to help us cope with the […]

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Become Unsinkable – Learn Ways to Handle Major Change.

It’s Time to Let Go of What Was… I work with many parents going through the trauma of divorce or major life changes and many of the people I coach are stuck. Today I have been feeling ‘stuck’ myself as I’m not very happy with the Government […]

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Real Mothers often have sticky floors, filthy ovens and happy kids!

  Happy Mother’s Day! Real Mothers don’t eat quiche; They don’t have time to make it. Real Mothers know that their kitchen utensils Are probably in the sandbox. Real Mothers often have sticky floors, Filthy ovens and happy kids. Real Mothers know that dried play dough Doesn’t […]

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What does ‘family’ mean to you?

I have been working with a family this week around what ‘family’ means to each family member – because it means different things to each of us. Every family is unique, special & different and every family member perceives their place within the family differently – there’s […]

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Understanding The Stepfamily Cycle.

  The Stepfamily Cycle I have been working with a lovely family who are finding it hard to adjust to the changes that blending two families together brings. I always remind my clients that bringing together 2 separate families is a process and not an event, and […]

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Creating a STRONG Step Family

  I’m delighted to be published in Dad Info a super website for Dads and Step Dads. Here’s my article. Stepfamilies have a bad image. Think of Snow White’s jealous stepmother or Cinderella’s ugly sisters or, at the other end of the spectrum, the unrealistically positive stepfamily, […]

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