If you’re looking for parenting help and advice from someone who really understands the challenges raising kids can bring, then you’re in the right place. With over 25 years experience working with children and having raised two kids of her own, Sue really knows how to make positive changes in any family.

Regularly featured on ITV’s This Morning and many other TV and radio shows, her advice is much sought after due to her positive, guilt-free attitude and effective solutions. The Sue Atkins Parenting Blog is where Sue shares some of her best advice to help you raise confident, resilient, independent kids. With new posts featured every few days you’ll always find something new, interesting and relevant to read.

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Children’s Books About Dads to Celebrate Dads All Year Round!

When it’s Father’s Day I always miss my wonderful Dad as he was just such a wonderful person, charismatic, kind, thoughtful, funny and great, great fun. From my Dad I learnt my values, my confidence, my tenacity. From my Dad I learnt compassion, finding the balance in […]

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Dads on the GO…. How can corporate parents be more engaged at home when they travel for business?

Today I am delighted to have The Frequent Flyer Father as my guest blogger today. Chicka Elloy is the Executive Founder Father of Frequent Flyer Families, Inc. An educator, trainer and professional speaker, Chicka travels from Atlanta and leads the nations first and largest brain-compatable learning programme. A proud husband […]

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Father’s Day for Divorced Dads – Tips for Enjoying It.

Father’s Day weekend is upon us, and whether you feel it’s all just a marketing gimmick it’s still important to take time out to celebrate, but for many divorced dads, the day can serve as a tough reminder of the most painful loss or saddest change from […]

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The Sue Atkins Sunday Saying – a cup of positivi-tea

Any man can be a father. It takes someone special to be a dad. ~Author Unknown  

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The Importance of Father-Child Bonding

I was recently discussing the new Paternity Leave for Dads on BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester & here is my article published in the Indian Magazine Kids Stop Press about the importance of Dads bonding with their new born babies. Today, we have a special guest writing […]

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THE POWER OF DAD

It’s Father’s Day here in the UK and I always miss my wonderful Dad as he was just such a wonderful person, charismatic, kind, thoughtful, funny and great, great fun. From my Dad I learnt my values, my confidence, my tenacity. From my Dad I learnt compassion, […]

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Sue Atkins In Conversation With …… Mark Williams International Fathers’ Mental Health Campaigner.

Mark Williams is an International Fathers’ Mental Health Campaigner, Speaker, Trainer and Author as well as founder of @fathersreaching and Inspirational Father of the Year 2012. I spoke to Mark about his own struggles with mental health, especially around the birth of his first child. I explore the reality of […]

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It is ‘old-fashioned’ that only mothers stay at home to look after babies?

It is ‘old-fashioned’ that only mothers stay at home to look after babies? Here are some fab photos from bored panda

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Celebrating Dads Everywhere – ‘I Became A Single Dad At 24, And Here’s How It’s Changed My Life

Read this wonderful story of a young Dad whose life changed as he stepped up to be a great father to his young son. Happy Father’s Day ! ‘In October 2013, a few months after my 22nd birthday and during my final (fifth) year of college, I […]

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The ‘F’ Word – FATHERS And The Importance of Father-Child Bonding

              I’m delighted to see my article published in Kids Stop Press today click => here about the importance of father – child bonding.   Father is your First hero, first role model and you will always look for him in your […]

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We must stop turning children against divorced fathers.

            I have been working with a Mum going through a difficult divorce who has 3 children. She is bitter, angry and furious that her husband had an affair with his young secretary and split the family up. She is incandescent that […]

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A million children are growing up without a father – the legacy of ‘men deserts’

More than a million children are growing up without a father and numbers are set to increase, a think tank has warned today. It’s a staggering statistic and a worrying trend as so many children are growing up with a lack of male role models in their […]

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Dads see parenting courses as stuck in ’50s :(

FATHERS are averse to attending parenting education classes and do not seem to get the same benefits from them as mothers, a new study shows. But it’s not the fault of fathers. ”It’s as if parenting courses are stuck in the 1950s where the gender division is […]

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When does a man become a dad?

Today I’m delighted to have as my guest blogger Daddy Natal a wonderful resource for expectant dads and fathers to be. Here’s a little bit about Dean Beaumont the founder of Daddy Natal. I’m Dean Beaumont the first professional male Antenatal Educator in the UK and founder […]

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Don’t Be a Weiner! Teens & Sexting

Here’s a guest post from the wonderful Talking Teenage website. “Fathers do it. Women do it. Teens do it. Congressman Weiner did it and it resulted in his resignation and in humiliation for his pregnant wife. We are talking about sexting. We expect that Father’s Day will […]

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