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Self-belief is trust in your own ability. But where does that ability come from? It comes from self-esteem, and self-esteem comes from the Latin to estimate. So self- esteem is how you rate yourself deep down. It is a belief and a confidence in your own ability and value. It is not the same as arrogance, which is a slightly aggressive, false sense of belief. Self-esteem is a gentle knowing thatGet this guide
This little book is about a big subject. It’s about inspiring your young child with self-esteem, discipline, fairness, boundaries and love. It’s about enjoying the magic of childhood and creating the memories of an adult.Get this guide
Research has shown that the number one reason people gave for why they thought they were
bullied was attitudes towards their appearance.
Here are my tips on speaking to your teen about Body ImageGet this guide
Your little one’s first steps is such an exciting time for everyone and soon those first unsteady steps will turn into running, hopping, jumping, leaping, climbing and kicking balls.
However, long before then you’ll have the important task of deciding whether your child is ready for their first pair of shoes and which ones to buy.
Babies grow at an amazingly fast rate during their first year of life & it’s so exciting to watch your
baby’s development, but it’s easy to worry if they’re not rolling, sitting or crawling at the ‘right’ time.
Bullying is an intentional, aggressive and repeated behaviour that involves an imbalance of power or strength.
It’s NEVER acceptable &; NEVER ignore it.Get this guide
It is that time of year again when many of you will have children starting school and you may be thinking about how you can support your child to make the transition as seamless as possible.
You have probably been setting the foundations since your child was little , but if not I have some tips, ideas & suggestions to help:Get this guide
On average, most children begin learning to use a potty by around their second birthday, but, as with everything in children’s development, each child is different.
Up to the age of 20 months, toddlers’; bladders need to empty often, and their muscles aren’t always fully developed which makes it difficult for them to master holding on for the loo. Coupled with their lack of dexterity as they haven’t yet developed how to master their clothing going to the loo is still a tricky and difficult skill to manage.Get this guide
We go on courses form Management to Marketing but we rarely go on a parenting course to handle our parenting stress.
Raising happy, confident, resilient kids is tiring, overwhelming and challenging at times so here are my top tips for preventing burnout.Get this guide
Not all screen time is created equal.
It’s up to YOU to decide how (and how often) your child or teenager uses screens and whether their screen time is positive or negative. For instance, time spent on homework or other educational activities might not need to be as restricted as time spent playing video games.
For kids of all ages, screen time should not replace time needed for sleeping, eating, being active, studying, and interacting with family and friends.Get this guide
Like adults, children often don’t get enough sleep at night and unfortunately, not getting enough sleep and being sleep-deprived can have serious consequences for your child’s health, success at school and growth.Get this guide