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The Birds & Bees – Talking to Your Kids about …Sex!

I was interviewed a while back by LBC Radio in London about talking to kids about sex The inevitable “birds and the bees" talk is one that lots of parents…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Friends and Friendships: Question 8

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Frequently Asked Questions About Friends and Friendships: Question 9

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How to Bulletproof Your Kids Against Bullying.

I was bullied when I first started in Secondary School aged 11 & I developed Alopecia, where chunks of my hair fell out, due to the stress of not telling anyone about it. One night my Dad came in to kiss me goodnight & found me crying. […]

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The Sue Atkins Weekly Parenting Affirmation

Positive affirmations have become really popular, especially on social media. You’ve probably seen lots of Instagram, Twitter and Facebook posts that use positive affirmations to inspire you. But what are these magic words that claim to transform your confidence? There’s actually a great deal of science to back […]

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As Predators Flock To Teen App Snapchat. Here’s How To Keep Your Kids Safe.

In today’s Sunday Times newspaper there is a disturbing report that reveals that predators flock to teen app Snapchat, as a ‘haven’ for child abuse. Police are investigating three cases of child exploitation a day linked to the app, but messages that self-destruct are allowing groomers to […]

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Play & Learning: Top Tips for Make Believe Play with Pretend Guns

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The Sue Atkins Food Diary

Lots of parents go through the same thing with their children as fussy eating is often a phase that young children go through to explore their independence, test you out and to get some of your attention My Food Diary will help you relax as you keep […]

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The Sue Atkins Bullying Diary

It can be really helpful to keep a record of the bullying that you’ve experienced as it makes it easier to remember what happened exactly. This helps when you are talking to your parents, teachers or other adults about sorting it out. Write down as much detail […]

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As The World Celebrates The Birth of Harry & Meghan’s New Royal Baby – How DO You Adapt To Keep Your Relationship Alive?

I was asked for my tips for The Daily Express today about ensuring Harry & Meghan still spend enough time together. It’s a common problem as most of us don’t have any Royal Nannies to hand. So, here are a few of my top tips for keeping your relationship […]

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“GUILT – The “BIG G” and gremlin of parenting !

  I’m writing out the marketing materials for some talks I’ll be giving in London soon to businesses called “Lunch and Learn” bite sized talks for 45 minutes on a wide range of topics as parenting is such a vast subject isn’t it, and one of the […]

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The 7 Emotional Stages You’ll Go Through During and After Divorce.

I always remind my clients that going through a Divorce is a process NOT an event and I firmly believe that it is similar to the grieving process described by the eminent American Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book, On Death and Dying, that was inspired […]

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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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