Four practical tips you can use to help young people resist the ‘for us or against us’ dichotomies and instead, engage in respectful, healthy disagreement.
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The ‘gift of COVID’ is that many of us have experienced new and positive ways of living, thinking, working and cultivating relationships.
Author Robert Garrett suggests looking for these four areas of competence before giving teens their ‘P Plates’ for social media.
Parenting involves sacrifice. Whether it’s getting up early to take them to their game or going without in order to provide for them, it’s just what we do.
Sometimes the obsessive tendency for things to be ‘just so’ can undermine our goal to build confidence and responsibility into our kids.
How did I get here? Is it the path I’ve chosen, or is my path being shaped by circumstances or someone else’s expectations?
Aussie dads say that they’d like to spend more time with their kids. How do we go about achieving a better ‘life balance’? Here’s some practical solutions.
56% of Australians avoid calling people, choosing instead to text or send an instant message of some kind including teens who are an even lower percentage.
‘The most important thing a father can do for his children is…’ How would you finish this sentence? You may have some ideas… but this one is the best.
Governments don’t provide education about responsibly managing household debt, so it’s up to us as parents to teach our children about how to manage money.