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You Don’t Have to Run Yourself Ragged featuring Mary Broddle

You Don’t Have to Run Yourself Ragged featuring Mary Broddle

Many parents feel under so much pressure to ‘Keep up with the Joneses’. Whether it’s the continuous cycle of after-school activities - ferrying kids from Cubs to Swimming to Piano … Or ensuring that the house is pristine and all the laundry is neatly stowed away - the...

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Walking to the Beat of Your Own Drum

Walking to the Beat of Your Own Drum

As adults, we carry around with us many unresolved events and issues that, upon reflection, shape the way we behave as adults. Loss, betrayal, fear, trauma (to name but a few)… all take their turn in determining particular limiting beliefs and coloring our values. Our...

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How to Deal with Anxieties & School Refusal featuring Cai Graham

How to Deal with Anxieties & School Refusal featuring Cai Graham

A month into the school term - and many parents are telling me that things are getting harder rather than easier. Are you a parents who’s child is struggling to get into school? Are you worried that you are being too hard on your child? Or conversely, not hard enough?...

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It’s OK not to have it all together featuring Cai Graham

It’s OK not to have it all together featuring Cai Graham

September is a time of year where we usually feel energised and motivated into kickstarting our lives after the summer. However, for many of us at the moment, this new found enthusiasm is being rather elusive. Are you feeling the same? This week I was going to pack it...

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The 4 Pillars to Joyous Parenting featuring Sivanne Lieber

The 4 Pillars to Joyous Parenting featuring Sivanne Lieber

When we are in the muck of parenting it can be very easy to lose ourselves and to lose sight of what’s really important. We can, more often than not - get lost in old programming and stories that can shadow the way we parent. Sivanne has a framework that helps us gain...

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Coping With Academic Uncertainty featuring Stephanie Haynes

Coping With Academic Uncertainty featuring Stephanie Haynes

Following the upheaval from the past academic year, there are many young people who are trying to come to terms with changed plans. Some changes have been thrust upon them, but also following a year of ‘isolation’ many have had the time to readjust, so their changes...

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Therapy Without the Therapist featuring Cai Graham

Therapy Without the Therapist featuring Cai Graham

There are so many parents worried about their child’s mental health. Just this week, I have been contacted by parents looking for support surrounding : Lack of confidence Eating Disorders Self Harm Back to School Anxiety Anger Management Conflict and Arguments at home...

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How to Feel Comfortable With Your Emotions featuring Joanne Light

How to Feel Comfortable With Your Emotions featuring Joanne Light

Parents are being encouraged more and more to talk to their children about how they are feeling. But for many of us, this is quite hard as it’s not something that comes naturally to us. The thing is that we have to model the behavior that we wish to see - so first of...

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Separation without the Bitterness featuring Tony Winyard

Separation without the Bitterness featuring Tony Winyard

When couples separate, understandably this gives way for resentment and bitterness. Many people feel unheard and slighted in some way, and as a result, families are left fractured and at loggerheads with one another. Tony has had firsthand experience of this, yet he...

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