SAPS 45 – Nurturing ‘CAN DO’ Strong, Resilient Kids, Anti – Bullying Tips & What To Do If Your Boys Want To Wear Tiaras & Tutus.

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I was delighted to work with Ditch The Label for Anti Bullying Week click on the link to read my article 

Can Parents Stop Bullying?

Topic 1 Sue on Talk RADIO Discussing Staying Off School With A Little Cough!

 

 

Question Dear Sue, my 8 year old daughter Rachel is being bullied at school. What do I tell her & how can I help her?’ Claire Russell Dulwich, London

 Article The Nails In The Fence – a story to teach your kids about anger & the power of their words.

Article What If My Child Is a Bully? Anti Bullying Week

Podcast Let’s Ditch The Label & Handle Bullying. Episode 32 of The Sue Atkins Parenting Show.

Podcast Parenting Made Easy ! Episode 30 of The Sue Atkins Parenting Show covering bullying, homework, mental health, smacking & terrorism.

 

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Question “Dear Sue, my little boy Andrew loves to dress up. He’s recently got a thing for tiaras & tutus. My husband isn’t very happy about him dancing around the kitchen like this. What’s your advice?” Rosheen McNamara from Kildare in Ireland.

Article Is it OK to let boys wear tiaras and tutus? Church of England tells schools new anti-bullying rules.

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