Exciting new research identifies why some infants die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
Age affords no shield against anxiety. Whether you are 9 or 99 years old, you can become snared by the claws of anxiety. While children often show symptoms of depression just as much as an adult, other behaviours can sometimes mask their anxiety. As a result, you may...
Sometimes it’s hard to spot depression in children and young people. Here are five common signs your child may be depressed.
Getting the silent treatment? Here are 3 ways the silent treatment can harm a relationship and 6 helpful ways you can respond.
How to Help Your Anxious Child As the government eases lockdown and the schools are getting ready to reopen for most pupils, many young people are excited to get back to see their friends. Some, especially those who faced such uncertainty over exams, might feel...
No parent likes to feel like they are talking to a wall. It’s a frustrating experience, but there are solutions to the problem. Here are 6 keys to communication.
Divorce is never easy for anyone. This is especially true when children are involved. It's essential, therefore, that you support your children during this challenging time. Consider these tips to help your child cope with the divorce process. 1. Listen to your...
Self-harm is a serious issue which you should never ignore, but it’s unlikely to be life-threatening. Here’s 5 things you can do to help a self-harming child.
Anxiety is difficult for anybody. For children, though, it can be particularly distressing. Here are our 5 top tips to help your anxious child overcome their fears.
Maintaining strong relationships is a never-ending process. If you want to have a healthier relationship, consider these 5 simple practises to make it happen.