Teenagers

Check out the blogs, videos and podcasts by me all related to Teenagers.

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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…

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Practical Tips for Successful Revision & How to Support your Child’s Mental Health This Exam Season

It’s that time of year again! Exams! Don’t panic and don’t pretend they’ll go away – they won’t! If you’re organised, you’ll find the exams won’t be the nightmare experience that you feared – and if you go about things the right way you’ll even get time […]

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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 everything. I can’t do it. I can’t get […]

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Try ‘ING’ Activities as the Antidote to ‘Too Much Screen Time’

We all need to play our part in managing screen time. We are the first generation of parents having to juggle being 24/7 connected. We don’t actually know the damage screen time may do to our kids mental or physical health and wellbeing yet – as the […]

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There’s no ‘Quick Fix’ for Bullying, Low Self-Esteem, Drug Abuse or Knife and Gun Violence but using the Crucial ‘C’s of Connection, Capability, Counting & Courage can help!

“Many streets in urban Britain are thick with warm flowers and cold blood” Mary Riddell from The Daily Telegraph Research suggests that infants in loveless, violent and abusive homes will have had their emotions hard-wired and damaged by the time they are only 18 months old. George […]

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Ways To Prevent Your Child from Truancy.

A parent is jailed for their child’s truancy once a fortnight in every school term in England and Wales! What a shocking statistic. But what can you do as a parent? • Be actively involved in your teen’s life – talk, chat, guide, nudge, nurture, share, laugh and engage. […]

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New Year Resolutions – is being a better parent on your list?

    As the clock ticked down the old year and we all awaited the arrival of a brand new one, I begun to wonder what all the people around me truly wished for deep down in that very quiet place where dreams, hopes and wishes really […]

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Christmas Is Often A Catalyst For Change – Successful Separation

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

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How To Survive Your First Christmas Alone

        It’s really stressful facing your first Christmas alone. Perhaps, you like me, are finding that you have had 20 years of family Christmases with tinsel and turkey, kids unwrapping their pressies in pyjamas with the Carols singing out on the stereo, the […]

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Manic Mums and Dazed Dads – Are you stuck in the spin cycle of life………….. exhausted, wrung out and dizzy?

Are you stuck in the spin cycle of life………….. exhausted, wrung out and dizzy? Do you find yourself falling into bed worn out, frustrated and complaining “Where did the time GO?” Then welcome to the Club! You are not alone as I coach lots of Mums and […]

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Keeping The Glow With Your Partner !

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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