Why it’s important to honour your child
One of the most special sit-down conversations with your teen should be one that Dr Arne refers to as ‘the honouring’. Learn what it means to honour your child, why this is so important and why it will help build your relationship with them.
How to relate to your kids so that they get that you love them
Did you know that there are six stages of attachment that all children ideally progress through in the first six years of life? Not experiencing one or more of these…
Raising Optimistic Kids
How can we help our children become more optimistic in the face of challenges and in life in general?
How To Handle A Toddler
Midwife Cath gives insight into toddlers and why they behave the way they do, as well as some tips and tricks to help encourage cooperation.
Top 5 Tips for Babies and Toddlers
In this video, Midwife Cath shares her Top 5 Tips for parenting in the first 3 years. She covers swaddling and wrapping your baby and the importance of floor play.…
Raising hopeful kids in a world of negative news
Our children are often impacted negatively by unfortunate world events thanks to modern technology. So what is the best approach to a child who is fearing the worst from our…
When Do Kids Learn To Play Independently?
Parenting expert Claire answers a ParentTV member's question: " My oldest, 4 and 1/2 year old daughter (lamb) still is unable to play on her own. She constantly needs someone to…
Helping your teen make wise decisions
What do you do when your child gets to an age where they want to start making their own decisions...staying out late, going to parties etc? How do we work…
The importance of mentors in your child’s life
Does your tween or teen child have a mentor? Dr Arne explores who a mentor is, what role they play in your child's life and why this is so important.
How storytelling works magic with your kids
(4:16) Do you share stories of your childhood or teenage years with your children? Dr Arne talks through how sharing your childhood experiences (the good and the bad) with your…
What to say instead of be careful
We are all guilty of telling our children to be careful, but when we say this to a child, how do they interpret what we are saying?