SAPS 126 – Is it fair to have children when you can’t afford them?

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Show notes:

In this week’s episode

Is it fair to have children when you can’t afford them?

Politicians do it and of course, kids do it. Sue discusses why kids lie and what to do about it

Plus I am in Conversation with Greg Bottrill, Author of  ‘Can I Go and Play Now? Rethinking the Early Years’ 

You can listen to our full interview by clicking on the link below:
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Sue in conversation with Greg Bottrill



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Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. Dear Sue, My daughter Melanie has started lying to me about small things but I’m worried about this turning into a habit that could damage our relationship, particularly if the lies get bigger. What can I do? George Flambard from Edinburgh
A.

Dear George 

Thank you for reaching out to me and I hope that the advice and information I supplied in the Podcast was helpful.

Here is the article that I referred to

Politicians do it. Footballers do it. Role models do it. And, of course, kids do it. Why kids lie and what to do about it

All the best

Sue

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