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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Today I was working in a school doing my Confidence Classes for Kids Workshop and a child told me he had be mauled by 6 dogs when he was 3 and had scars around his eyes to show me. I regularly use my Emotional Freedom Technique […]Read more
”Me” time could be the best hours you give not only yourself but also your children! ~ Sue Atkins Being a mum is a wonderfully fulfilling, rewarding and joyful experience. But it can also be an exhausting, frustrating and overwhelming business too. As a mum […]Read more
I’m writing my notes for a Peanut Pod that I’m doing, as well as a Zoom business talk for a global business around “Lunch and Learn” bite sized talks for 45 minutes on a wide range of topics. Parenting is such a vast subject isn’t it, and one […]Read more
I work with many parents going through separation, divorce or troubled times as I run a 6 week Coaching Programme: 1-2-1 Divorce Support for Families Going Through Family Conflict, Separation or Break Up One of the areas I help parents explore first is the very important area […]Read more
I was doing a Facebook Live recently for a group of Nannies and I was asked about ‘Passive Aggressive’ parents. Lots of us encounter passive aggressive-behaviour on a regular basis in our workplace but it can also thrive & creep in to […]Read more
I’m writing out the marketing materials for some talks I’ll be giving in London soon to businesses called “Lunch and Learn” bite sized talks for 45 minutes on a wide range of topics as parenting is such a vast subject isn’t it, and one of the […]Read more
I’d hazard a guess that you suffer from ‘The Big ‘G’ – the big gremlin of Guilt particularly if you are going through a family break up or a divorce. I’ve lost times how many times I’ve worked with Mums in particular about their overwhelming feelings […]Read more
I work with lots of Mums, in particular, who constantly beat themselves up with The Big G that’s otherwise known as ‘GUILT. ‘ From stay at home Mums to high flying executive Mums we all seem conditioned to feel guilty about what we ‘don’t do’ or ‘get […]Read more
I have recently been working with a lovely Mum who has two children aged 6 and 3. She’s been having problems with setting up consistent boundaries around her children due to her constant nagging feelings of guilt over suffering from Post Natal Depression with her first child 6 years ago. […]Read more
k As the shocking BBC Panorama report ‘Pills & Pregnancy’ hits the headlines – a campaign organised by the very wonderful Emma Murphy about the shocking truth about FACS Syndrome, I thought it would be helpful to tell you about the Top 30 Autism Spectrum Blogs […]Read more
Mums and dads are being bombarded with so much contradictory information about the “correct” way to raise their children that they are losing confidence in their parenting skills, an expert warned yesterday. Constant advice from professionals, family, friends, and even strangers on the street is overwhelming parents […]Read more
I work with many Mums who have suffered post natal depression and still battle the guilty feelings often years later. I help them heal, move forward and let go of those negative and destructive past emotions. We are conditioned to believe that the attachment between mothers and […]Read more
Children with parents who divorce or separate before they are five are more likely to become binge drinkers when they reach 16 than children with parents who remain together, a major new study has found. Read the article in The Daily Telegraph. Have you heard […]Read more