When teenagers are resilient, they cope better during or after difficult situations. They ‘bounce back’ when things go wrong. Your child needs resilience to navigate life’s ups and downs, so building resilience is an important part of his development. what you...
Key points A warm and responsive relationship with you is key to your school-age child’s development and wellbeing. Relationships with school-age children might change when they start school and their world gets bigger. Keep listening and talking, doing everyday...
W hen it comes to your business’ terms and conditions of trade, one size does not fit all. Put in place clear and relevant boundaries for your business from the outset and you minimise the risk of a dispute. Failing to...
Key points Help to prevent violence against women by talking with children about respect, equality and positive attitudes towards girls and women. Your child needs to know that any type of violence – verbal, physical or emotional – is...
Key points Teenagers sometimes change behaviour or appearance to be part of subcultures. This is part of developing their identities. If your child likes a particular subculture, try to be positive and respectful about it. If you’re worried about...
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