Holly died of cancer at just 27 years old. Before she passed away, she wrote down her thoughts along with 30 brilliant pieces of advice for those still fortunate enough to have their health. What a powerful piece of writing!
If you have a 14-year-old boy, then this may help explain some of your son’s confusing behaviour including his laziness, recklessness and impulsiveness. Who can relate?
Most parents won’t openly admit that they sometimes regret having kids but it’s important to understand that this doesn’t make you a bad person or a bad parent. Here’s the truth about parental regret.
With the crazy costs of living, more and more adult children are living with their parents for longer. But should we be charging them rent?
A former paramedic shares the everyday items that act as important aids when dealing with an emergency at home.
Discover practical ways to teach your children about road safety and keep them safe while exploring the world around them.
A mother has shared very distressing footage of her son choking on his dummy, sparking an important conversation about dummy safety.
This go-to guide on how to leave an abusive relationship may be the checklist you need if you are ready to walk away and never look back.
As a single parent myself, here are some of the things I’ve felt over the months but haven’t been ever shared with others. What else would you add to the list?
It’s something many parents wonder about, especially this time of the year as we prepare for our little ones to start school in January. Is your child ready? How do you know? What do you do if you think they aren’t ready? Parenting expert Dr. Justin Coulson has some excellent advice for every parent in this situation.
Uncover the easiest shoe-tying methods and how to teach kids to tie their shoes without fights or frustration, plus shoe-tying tips and tricks.
Discovering, or even suspecting, your teen may be engaged in self-harming behaviour is enough to elicit feelings of shame, panic, guilt, and fear. And as a loving parent, these feelings are completely understandable. Here are some really powerful tips to help parents through this and help support their teens during this difficult journey.
“My entire being was being a mum. I forgot about the things that fired me up or made me happy.” This is so common for mums and we hope this story reminds you that you’re allowed to be more than just a mum.
Little kids, big emotions! Check out these awesome tips on teaching your little ones emotional regulation and what to do when their big emotions get the better of them.
It can be tricky to make new friends when you’re an adult and busy with the kids ALL the time. Here are some great tips to help you fill your friendship cup.
Parenting in a social media, 24/7 instant access to criticism world isn’t easy. It seems…
To the parents of a child with chronic illness, here are the things you need to remember, especially on those extra hard days.
Dating red flags! Here are 12 big NOPEs when it comes to dating.
I’m sure we’re all guilty of saying at least 5 of these phrases at some stage but experts suggest we need to stop saying these specific things.
Being a parent to a child with ADHD can be trying. Being a mum with ADHD to a child with the same condition can be downright overwhelming. Here are some really helpful coping strategies for mums with adult ADHD.
Chase adventures. Face fears. Find yourself and what you love along the way. Here are the six pieces of advice I want my teen to know as you reach the cusp of adulthood.