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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The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story – The Shoes

Here is my Wednesday Story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. The Shoes You may have heard this very old story illustrating the difference between positive thinking and negative thinking before. “Many years ago two salesmen were sent by a British shoe manufacturer to Africa […]

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The Bus Stop Dilemma

Here’s a story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil The Bus Stop Dilemma The question is, how long do you stand at the bus stop? You’ve been here awhile now, standing in the rain, gazing hopefully down the road. The first few minutes were […]

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The Sue Atkins Wednesday Parenting Story To Ponder

The Scroll This week I have been pondering stress as I am giving a talk on it later today for a group of women at the WeLL Association inLondon. Here is this week’s story from my never ending notebook and everlasting pencil. The Scroll There was a […]

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The Sue Atkins Wednesday Story

Here’s another story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil The Lost Horse A horse with no identifying marks wandered into a farmyard. The farmer’s young son said he’d take the responsibility for returning the horse to its owner. The boy mounted the horse, urged […]

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