Never let your baby ‘Cry It Out’

I’ve never understood the advice to let a baby ‘Cry It Out ‘ as a baby is not trying to test you, manipulate you or wind you up. They are trying to tell you something. A baby will soon learn not to trust the world to nurture their very primal needs and that can only […]

Interview: Sue Atkins – on Children’s Self Esteem

  Today I’m delighted to have been interviewed by the very lovely Natasha Phillips who organises Researching Reform who also kindly invited me to the House Of Commons debate after the riots in London to speak about the role parenting had to play in that event. Natasha is also a consultant for the All Party […]