18.11.2019 09:00 am
Would you survive not having a ‘screen time’ nanny?
If you are an Apple-user, then your mobile device is giving you weekly stats of the time you are spending on your phone. If you are like me, it’s probably a lot. I find myself picking up the phone unnecessarily, even when there is no notification. That, combined with the number of hours spent on my laptop or watching the television, equals too much screen time. Statistics show that we spend around nine hours looking at our screens every day.
Can children benefit from watching or listening to their parents argue?
Kath Megaw from Nutripaed tells us her secrets to keep it healthy even when you really do not feel like making an effort.
A child’s entire sense of belonging and security is carried out by their parents.
A few American parents found out just how far their children’s arachnophobia goes.
You received a phone call that your child just bullied or has been bullying someone. What now?
Does your child benefit from a time-out or other method of discipline?
We have rounded up some of the best #parentingfails Twitter has to offer.
A woman is being called a “genius” after she found a loophole in a divorce order she received from the judge, who signed off her divorce.
There are so many things that we as people are insecure about. Our bodies, personalities, talents, relationships, the list is endless.
If you’ve suffered from anxiety, depression or relationship problems, a psychological theory called “attachment theory” can help you get to the root cause of your difficulties and give you a greater understanding of what’s going on.
I say they are my favourites, but are they really? Or am I just too exhausted to care?
Why are the laws around abortion being so heavily influenced by religion?