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One mom shares her story about using play therapy to deal with the death of a loved one.
The hospital allegedly incinerated her placenta without consulting with her.

Baby Phrases to avoid when seeing new moms

Try to be a bit more sensitive to new mamas!

Sleep nightmares – how to help your child sleep better

Nightmares can be normal, but they have to be managed. 

How to support a shy child

How to support a shy child

‘Shyness is not a bad thing — it’s a natural response to uncertainty or novelty, and for the most part, it’s really good.’

How to help your child succeed in school: how kids’ brains work

How to help your child succeed in school: how kids’ brains work

As schools officially open today, understand how childrens’ brains work.

Five fun and beneficial after-school activities for kids

Here are some fun ideas you can try with your little ones after school.

Toddler WATCH: How Takkies successfully weaned her toddler off breastfeeding

Like a lot of moms, she was over the cuteness of breastfeeding.

Hacks to help you survive back-to-school mornings

Getting our kids out the door in the mornings can be mission impossible for a lot of families.

Some tips for going back to school

Parents and their children need to adjust their routines back to the reality of the school term.

Your weekend gig guide

Things to do before the back-to-school rush begins.

Back to school: Buying school stationery

Are you geared up for a new school year?

Exploring child care options: Creche, nanny, or au pair

Parents must choose an option that, not only suits their family’s requirements, but the pocket too.

Teens Supporting a child who performed poorly in matric

How can parents help their children navigate their way out of the anxiety of failing matric or performing poorly?




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