School Age

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Christmas on a budget with children

“If you want something expensive, you should ask your grandparents.” Matthew, aged 12 'Money makes the world go around!', as Liza Minnelli sang in “Cabaret”, but debt is on the…

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CHRISTMAS IS OFTEN A CATALYST FOR DIVORCING.

I often find that I get clients coming to see me after Christmas about how to separate after spending more time together during the festive season. Christmas acts as a catalyst for change and the New Year offers a new beginning for many. It is a fact […]

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7 Quick & Easy Tips To Get Excited Kids To Sleep on Christmas Eve!

  The guests have arrived, the presents are wrapped, the shops are closed & the carrots & whiskey are out for Father Christmas & the Reindeer BUT the kids are still up jumping about in total excitement and not in the least ready for bedtime. Getting […]

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Taking pictures and videos at your child’s school Nativity Play – the law explained.

I was talking about how things have changed since my kids were at school around taking photos and videos of your children in their Christmas Nativity Play, Carol Concert or Christmas Performances on TalkRADIO recently so I thought I’d give you the heads up thanks to TeessideLive. […]

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What is Emotional Freedom Technique or “Tapping”?

What is EFT? Emotional Freedom Technique is the new therapy for the 21st century as it is a very safe way to get rid of anxiety, stress, and feelings of guilt and overwhelm that lots of parents suffer from. It is based on tapping different Chinese meridian […]

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Is this your first Christmas apart and are you really struggling with how to deal with it? Here’s some help.

Dear Sue I separated from my partner at the beginning of this year. We were together for 10 years and have two children aged 8 and 6. My real problem is the fact that my partner and I were originally family friends and our families are really […]

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From starting school to starting university – being a parent is all about handling CHANGE.

Handling change is one of life’s greatest challenges and is a major element in my work with parents. My passion is to help parents handle change positively and with clarity, direction and confidence. Change is inevitable and although it’s perfectly natural to resist the changes in your […]

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Parenting Tips: Chest of Drawers

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Parenting Tips: Keeping Kids Insect Free When Playing Outside

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When did expectations change around potty training and fall into the role of the Primary School Teacher & why do today’s parents find potty training so tough?

70% of British primary schoolteachers have noticed a rise in the number of 3-7-year olds wetting themselves during the school day. As a former Deputy Head and Class Teacher for 22 years I also taught 35 five-year olds in Reception but I certainly didn’t think it was […]

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The Sue Atkins – My Night Time Diary (FREE Resource)

Parenting can be hard work and coping with bedwetting can be exhausting, frustrating and difficult. Experts don’t fully understand why one child continues to wet the bed and another doesn’t. It could be a matter of development. Sometimes a child’s bladder is simply not developed enough to […]

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Tips for the early days of single parenting.

Tips for the early days of single parenting When you become a single parent there’s often quite a huge amount of change to cope with. You might be dealing with the reality of single parenting, having to move home, start earning for the first time in many […]

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Learning to Be You Again After Bullying

It’s not easy to get back up quickly and recover from bullying & I should know as I was bullied in my first year of Secondary School and developed Alopecia (where some of your hair falls out due to stress.) Being a victim of bullying is challenging. […]

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Parenting Tips: Dripping Ice Lollies!

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Positive Parenting Milestones: Tip 8

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Parenting Tips: Babysitting – Vital Information

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