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Tania at Larger Family Life
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Living life the large family way at http://www.largerfamilylife.com
Living life the large family way at http://www.largerfamilylife.com

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Christmas is traditionally a time of reflection and planning, looking to the new year with optimism and hope. Yet for many children who have left mainstream education early and their families, it can be a time fraught with worry. The path ahead may not be so clear. All is not lost however, as the UK’s leading online school InterHigh explains in a guest article written for Larger Family Life.
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Contrary to what you might think, depressed people aren’t necessarily the ones that look down and sad.

Often, they smile.

They put on their make up.

They pretend everything is fine.

‘I’m fine!’

But they aren't fine.

Not at all.

#thisiswhatdepressionlookslike
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I believe anyone will develop the ability to do anything if they work hard enough at it. Read how 'I am not a runner' became my 5K personal challenge....
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We managed to pack quite a bit into May. Here are just a few of the things we got up to...
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Fancy paying it forward to some local heroes? Vote for your local emergency service and say 'thanks'.
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TV Production Company is Seeking Large Families for New Documentary Series... #journorequest
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My experience of being raised by a paranoid, mentally ill mother who constantly monitored us leaves me battling myself.

What I need to remind myself is that our mother was an extreme case. Most parents aren't like her, most kids don't have the same experience as we did and, what I need to remember most of all is that her snooping was not a reflection on us, but a reflection on her.

Her monitoring was a form of control over us, and not as a means of protection for us. She was seeking information and ammunition to use against us, rather than watching out for us.

When it comes to keeping tabs on what my kids are doing online, I come severely unstuck on deciding on the best thing to do.

What are your thoughts when it comes to monitoring your children's online activities?
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