Over half of children ‘would feel helpless to act is they saw someone injured, new research suggests.
Children as young as six are suffering from stress. Claire Spreadbury talks to Dr Preethi Daniel about the warning signs, and how you can help.
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Most parents don’t understand a lot of today’s teen-speak, so a language expert decodes some of the more popular and perplexing teenage slang
It’s going to be a scorcher this week – here’s how to make sure the whole family is safe from too much sun
From FOMO to gaining ‘likes’ and suffering low self-esteem, children and teens have it tough right now
As Disney launches a Family Fun Swim program, find out how parents can encourage kids to fall in love with swimming.
Here’s why learning outside is so good for children
Internet Matters gives tips on how parents can help stop kids from sharing comments and photos they might regret later.
Social media rules suggest 13, but children half that age can be seen posting online.
Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine advises a woman who’s unsure how to handle her stepson’s emotional outbursts
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Is it time to put aside guilt over tablet use?
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Encourage your child to adopt these habits
Just remember, saying 'no' doesn't make you a bad parent
Ask any parent of more than one child and we're sure they'll agree, life with siblings in conflict is far from calm.
Nowadays we are finding kids clinging onto technology and forgetting all about their responsibilities.
From one mum to you, here's some advice on handling the summer break
While playgrounds are a great source of exercise and socialisation, parental supervision is still recommended.
While where you live might be considered safe, parents do need to be vigilant