Tweens and privacy – how much is too much?
As kids get older they deserve some privacy, but there’s a process involved, based on trust.
Managing the boisterous bluster of Eight and Nine-year-old boys
Claire discusses what causes the change in behaviour we need to be aware of in boys around this age. She talks through strategies on how to set your son on…
Helping tweens deal with disappointment
Disappointment forges strength, perseverance, and resilience, so we need to support our kids through challenges, not try and clear them out of the way.
How to help your child improve their self-esteem
Child Psychologist and ParentTV expert, Dr Charlotte Reznick, believes that helping kids learn mindfulness and meditation techniques can have a big impact on their sense of self-worth.
When friends fallout – a parent’s guide to tween friendships
One of the toughest things as a parent is knowing what to do when your child experiences a friendship break down. In this video, Rachel Doherty shows us how we…
Parenting Lambs – our more sensitive kids
Children's temperaments can be seen on a continuum. Maggie Dent says at one end, we have our quiet, shy, sensitive ‘lambs’. At the other end, we have our feisty, challenging…