28.10.2019 06:03 am
I say they are my favourites, but are they really? Or am I just too exhausted to care?
I am amazed at how the brain of a child works... The way they can think up any excuse in a matter of seconds, especially when it comes to bed time! Here are my favorites from our kids.
Another tactic is to try to observe your child’s particular behavioural signs that tend to lead up to a whine.
Halloween is just around the corner, are you ‘Trick or Treating’ this year?
Resident OT, Anneke de Jager, shares why being creative is an important skill that enables us to become more flexible, come up with new ideas, adapt to change, and be better problem solvers.
Inaction is the best friend of anxiety, how do we empower our children to take action and fight against climate change so they do not feel powerless in the face of this massive issue?
They want to be in control of their digital footprint.
Parents also endure stress during this time, but still need to be mindful of providing psychological support for their children.
Matric exams are around the corner, is your child ready?
With the recent outcry for justice and the long-awaited change needed within our country, I was left feeling deeply distressed as a woman and a first-time single mama, raising my little boy in this big world.
With summer around the corner, parents will be doing all they can to keep their babies cool.
In SA, only 50% of all children who die from cancer received a diagnosis and 50% of those who were diagnosed die because their diagnosis came too late. WHY? Because a major success factor for surviving childhood cancer is early diagnosis and many of our health practitioners are unaware of the signs.
There are numerous benefits to consciously rejecting stereotypical concepts about boys and girls.
Global Warming, IPCC, Mass Extinction Events, Carbon Emissions, Water Safety, Greenhouse Gasses, Food Safety, Acid Oceans, Extreme Weather Events, these are all terrifying and complex things for most adults, how do we begin to explain them to our children?
This week’s episode of The Great Equalizer marks the podcast’s first trip around the sun. Sam and Charlene take a trip down memory lane and hark back to episodes passed. Please tune in and join the nostalgia!