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Your parenting approach can impact whether your child is more likely to be bullied.

As a parent you’re a powerful role-model for your child and your parenting approach can have a significant impact on your child’s self-esteem, resilience and resourcefulness. In fact you might be surprised to know that your parenting approach can have a positive or a negative impact on whether your child is more likely to be bullied or not.

In a large 2013 review study which included a sample of 208,000 children ages 4-25 from research studies conducted 1970-2012, they found that children are more likely to bully or be bullied if they have harsh parents who role model anti-social behaviour and where there are low levels of communication between parents & children with minimal parental supervision. SOURCE: Lereya, Muntha and Wolke (2013) Parenting Behaviour and the risk of becoming a victim and a bully/victim: A meta-analysis study.

This same study reported that children are less likely to bully or be bullied if they grow up in an environment where there is open communication between parents and children, there is a warm and affectionate relationship between family members and there is caring parental involvement, support & supervision.

As a parent, you can play a supportive role in helping your children overcome and prevent bullying. If you would like to learn more about how you can create a home environment that helps protect your child from being bullied or becoming a bully, then watch Dr Rosina's Video: How to Bully Proof your Child (http://www.winwinparenting.com/parenting-videos/bully-proofing-your-child). In this video.

Parenting expert, Dr Rosina, provides parents with practical ideas and solutions that can work for you and for your child. You’ll learn:

What bullying is and what it isn’t.
The prevalence of bullying and its many harms.
Why your child might not tell you they’re being bullied or that they are a bully.
Practical approaches for parents to help their children overcome bullying.
Empowering your child with life skills so they become “bully-proof”.
Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is all about helping you to connect with your children so you can teach them how to be in the world and create more loving relationships and a peaceful home. We know from the research that this can help protect your child from being bullied or becoming a bully. That’s why parenting in a calm and loving way and teaching your children life skills so they can navigate the world safely and successfully is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.

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What would you do if you found out your child was being bullied?

Were you bullied as a child? If so, then you know how frightening it can be. As a parent, you want to do everything you can to protect your children from bullies so they never have to experience that horrible feeling of being picked on, laughed at, excluded or physically harmed.

If you found out that child is being bullied, would you know what to do?

If you’re like most parents you’d probably say one or more of the following things to your child:

Pretend it doesn’t bother you;
Tell the person how you feel;
Tell the person to stop;
Do nothing, walk away;
Solve the problem yourself;
Stop “tattling”;
Make plans to get them back;
Remind yourself it’s not your fault;
Hit or fight the bully.
But, according to a 2010 research study, these are among the least effective and least helpful things to support your child if they are being bullied. Source: Youth Voice Research Project: student’s perceptions about strategy effectiveness to reduce peer mistreatment. Survey 11,893 grades 5-12. http://njbullying.org/documents/YVPMarch2010.pdf

If you would like to avoid the unhelpful responses and learn what the most helpful approaches to supporting your child to overcome bullying are, then watch parenting expert Dr Rosina's video on How to Bullyproof your Child (http://www.winwinparenting.com/parenting-videos/bully-proofing-your-child)

From the research we know that bullying can have detrimental physical and psychological effects on a child and can result in isolation, depression and even suicide. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Dr Rosina’s knowledge of the latest research into bullying shows there is a lot that parents can do to support their children to overcome and to prevent bullying. This video is all about providing you with practical ideas and solutions that can work for you and for your child.

You can learn how you can help your child learn the skills they need to be bully-proof. In this video you’ll learn:

What bullying is and what it isn’t.
The prevalence of bullying and its many harms.
Why your child might not tell you they’re being bullied or that they are a bully.
Practical approaches for parents to help their children overcome bullying.
Empowering your child with life skills so they become “bully-proof”.
Bullying is prevalent in schools, online and in workplaces and it can even happen at home where one sibling bullies another. As a parent you can make a huge difference in your child’s life, by helping your child to develop the right attitude and mindset and learn the life skills in this video – you can help you child to become bully-proof.


Using Dr Rosina’s practical Win Win Parenting approach, you’ll get the support and help you need to raise well-rounded and capable kids from toddlers to teens with practical tips, great resources and support. The more you learn about effective parenting, the more confident you’ll be so you can raise your children in a calmer and more loving way.

That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.

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Children who are being bullied often don’t tell their parents

The research on bullying highlights the need for parents to be vigilant when it comes to their children and bullying as many children do not tell their parents they’re being bullied.

As a loving parent you might be thinking. Why wouldn’t my child tell me?” (64% of bullied children do not report it)*

There are many reasons children don’t tell their parents including:

It is important to keep a watchful eye on your children and if they start behaving in a way that isn’t usual, then it could be time to sensitively ask the right questions and find out what is going on. So what are the signs your child might be being bullied and not telling you? Our children are unique and so are their responses to adversity, but here are some of the common signs: Uncharacteristically spending a lot of time alone, coming home with more bumps and bruises than usual and blaming it on clumsiness or sports, loss of appetite, more moodiness especially after school or after being on social media.

It is not always straight forward to read the signs, as children can be good at hiding things from their parents – especially if they’re busy trying to manage the many challenges of daily life. However, parents need to be alert because bullying can have detrimental physical and psychological effects on a child and can result in isolation, depression and even suicide.

If you want to learn more about how to recognise the signs that your child might be being bullied and not telling you, and if you’d like to help them become bully-proof, then you’ll find parenting expert, Dr Rosina’s knowledge of the latest research into bullying invaluable.

The research shows that parents can play a supportive role in helping their children overcome and prevent bullying. For more information our Video on How to Bullyproof your Child (http://www.winwinparenting.com/parenting-videos/bully-proofing-your-child) provides parents with practical ideas and solutions that can work for you and for your child. If your child is being bullied and you feel helpless or if you’d like to bully-proof your child then watch this video to learn:

What bullying is and what it isn’t.

The prevalence of bullying and its many harms.
Why your child might not tell you they’re being bullied or that they are a bully.
Practical approaches for parents to help their children overcome bullying.
Empowering your child with life skills so they become “bully-proof”.
It’s time we bust the myth that parents should just instinctively know how to raise happy, healthy and capable kids. There are few if any jobs in the world that require no education, training or experience, yet when raising our most precious children we are sent home from hospital and expected to navigate highs and lows of parenting on our own. The more parents know about helping their children eat well, sleep soundly and manage life’s challenges, the more confident they feel.

Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is all about helping you to connect with your children so you can teach them how to be in the world and create more loving relationships and a peaceful home.

That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.

*SOURCE: Petrosino, A., Guckenburg, S., DeVoe, J., and Hanson, T. (2010). What characteristics of bullying, bullying victims, and schools are associated with increased reporting of bullying to school officials? (Issues & Answers Report, REL 2010–No. 092).

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Do you know the difference between bullying and playful fun?

The news is filled with stories on bullying in schools, bullying in the workplace and with the increased use of technology, cyber bullying can be a constant, never-ending and relentless attack on your child. While some acts are clearly bullying – like a child regularly, willfully, and intentionally physically hurting another child - other acts are not as easy to recognise as bullying.

Do you know the difference between bullying and kids just having some harmless fun together? As a loving parent it’s important for to know the distinction so you can help your child navigate life’s challenges. Children need to be able to protect themselves from bullies and also be able to manage light-hearted play without it causing them to feel overwhelmed by hurt or stress.

It’s also really important to make sure your own children are treating each other with care and respect and one child isn’t being allowed to bully their sibling. Every parent wants to raise happy, healthy and well-balanced kids. BUT, it’s not always easy to know the “right” thing to do. There is so much conflicting parenting advice today, leaving parents confused, especially when it comes to bullying. What is the right approach?

SHOULD I LET THE KIDS SORT IT OUT THEMSELVES?

But what if that ends in someone getting seriously hurt.

SHOULD I INTERVENE AND HELP MY CHILDREN LEARN THE RIGHT WAY TO BE?

But what if this makes it worse for my child and they don’t get the chance to learn how to handle life’s challenges.

SHOULD I STEP BACK AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS AND IF IT’S NOT GOING THE RIGHT WAY – INTERVENE THEN?

But what if I’m too late! What if I don’t do anything and something really bad happens – I’d never forgive myself.
If you’re like many parents who aren’t sure how to help their children manage bullying, then watch this video and as parenting expert Dr Rosina, explains:

1. What bullying is and what it isn’t.
2. The signs to look for when your child is being bullied.
3. What it means for your child to be “Unbullyable”.
4. Practical approaches you can use to help your child prevent or overcome bullying.
5. Why children bully and how to help them stop bullying.

For almost a decade, Dr Rosina has shared her insights into the research on child development by helping parents successfully navigate the day-to-day challenges of parenting with simple, relatable and practical parenting tips.

For more information see our video on How to Bullyproof your Child (http://www.winwinparenting.com/parenting-videos/bully-proofing-your-child) where you will learn the keys to helping your child become bully-proof.

The more you learn about effective parenting, the more confident you’ll be with the practical tools you need to help you raise your children in a calmer and more effective way. If you to respond rather than react to your children and you want to teach your kids the life skills they need for life success, then Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is for you – it’s all about helping you to connect with your children so you can create more loving relationships and a peaceful home and feel assured that your children have the attitudes and skills to succeed in life. That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.
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Bully-proofing your child

Are you worried about protecting your child against bullies? If you’ve experienced bullying as a child or an adult, then you know how frightening and life destroying it can be. As a parent, you want to do everything you can to protect your children from bullies so they never have to experience that horrible feeling of being picked on, laughed at, excluded or physically harmed.

If your child is being bullied, would you know what to do? Would you like to learn how you can help your child learn the skills they need to be bully-proof?

From the research we know that bullying can have detrimental physical and psychological effects on a child and can result in isolation, depression and even suicide. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Dr Rosina’s knowledge of the latest research into bullying shows there is a lot that can be done to overcome and to prevent bullying. This video is all about providing you with practical ideas and solutions that can work for you and for your child.

If your child is being bullied and you feel helpless or if you’d like to bully-proof your child then watch this video (http://www.winwinparenting.com/parenting-videos/bully-proofing-your-child) as parenting expert, Dr Rosina helps you to learn:

What bullying is and what it isn’t.

The prevalence of bullying and its many harms.
Why your child might not tell you they’re being bullied or that they are a bully.
Practical approaches for parents to help their children overcome bullying.
Empowering your child with life skills so they become “bully-proof”.

Bullying is prevalent in schools, online and in workplaces and it can even happen at home where one sibling bullies another.

So what can parents and kids do?

As a parent you can make a huge difference in your child’s life, by helping your child to develop the right attitude and mindset and learn the life skills in this video – you can help you child to become bully-proof.

Using Dr Rosina’s practical Win Win Parenting approach, you’ll get the support and help you need to raise well-rounded and capable kids from toddlers to teens with practical tips, great resources and support. The more you learn about effective parenting, the more confident you’ll be so you can raise your children in a calmer and more loving way.

If you feel like all you do is yell and fight with the kids which makes things out of control at home, then imagine how good you’ll feel when you’re able to respond rather than react and teach your kids the life skills they need for life success. Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is all about helping you to connect with your children so you can teach them how to be in the world and create more loving relationships and a peaceful home.

That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.
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Empowering your child: from vulnerable baby to capable person

Human babies are among the most vulnerable living beings. Left alone, they die in a matter of hours or days at most. Babies depend on their carers for their physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing and how they experience their early years can have a significant impact on how they live their whole life.

When our son Cameron was born, I felt vulnerable and overwhelmed by the responsibility of raising another human being. What did I know about his nurturing his physical, psychological and emotional development? As a parent, thinking about how I might ‘wreck’ him was really scary.

For the last five years I have been reading the latest research in child development and parenting, and it has helped me to feel more confident as a parent. My research has revealed that there are a number of fundamental basics that help parents grow their vulnerable babies into capable, caring and inspired adults.

While I’m certainly not claiming to have all of the answers, and even if I did, I could hardly fit them all in one blog post, nevertheless I’d like to share some of the key things I’ve learned about raising happy, healthy and well-adjusted children.

Start preparing before conception

The new science of epigenetics shows that your lifestyle choices prior to conceiving your child affect your child’s development. Your physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing can either have a positive or negative effect on your unborn child. A healthy lifestyle gives your baby the best start in life through the parent’s sperm and egg.

Pregnancy

Mothers to be who enjoy a balanced whole food diet, engage in regular exercise and, for the most part are rested and calm during their pregnancy, create the best environment for their baby to form a healthy physical body including their brain development.

Love, love, love

Once your baby arrives, give her love, love and more love! Of course, this is a no brainer but as it is so important, it bears mention. Cuddle, kiss, hold, interact with, respond to and love your baby. The more that babies are held, talked to and experience a safe world the more secure they feel and the more they learn and develop.

Be happy, healthy and inspired

Parents are a child’s most influential role model. If you lead a happy, healthy and inspired life, you help your child to learn how to do just that. A happy and healthy parent is more likely to have the time, patience and care to raise an inspired child. A tired, depressed and unhealthy parent is neither a good role model for their child or will have what it take to support their development.

Focus on your relationship with your child

The bond between people is determined by the depth of love, care, respect and admiration they have for each other. Supporting the relationship between a parent and a child must be at the heart of all parenting decisions.

Parents can ask themselves ‘how will my actions impact my child and our relationship?’ For example: yelling at my child and calling him names is likely to have a negative impact on our relationship. On the other hand, care, consideration and respectful communication will grow our love and bond with each other.

Life skill approach to parenting

We want our children to be enabled in life. Taking a life skill approach to parenting means that parents can nurture their child’s development across many key areas including: the development of healthy self-esteem, resilience, financial literacy, ability to relate to others, a good understanding of nutrition and the importance of exercise, how to manage emotions and behaviours and the ability to set and achieve their goals… just to name a few. If parents take just 10-15 minutes a day to help their children develop life skills they will be giving their children a strong foundation for life success.

Remember, if you empower your children by teaching them how to think, how to create supportive working and family relationships and how to manage their emotions and behaviours rather than ‘telling’ them what to think and how to act and who to be, then you can feel confident that your children will be able to navigate life successfully even when you are not there to protect and to guide them.
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Developing your Child's self esteem and self confidence.

One of the key life skill areas of the Win Win Parenting program is "Personal Power". The aim is to empower parents with the knowledge and skills to help their children develop their personal power, become resilient and fly through life. Personal power is not about physical strength, it’s about your child’s inner strength, their psychological strength. Personal power is not about overpowering others, it’s about helping a child feel good inside and secure about who they are so they don’t feel the need to overpower or be like anyone else. In this sense, every parent wants their child to feel good about themselves, value their own uniqueness and have personal power, right?

So what exactly is Personal Power? What does it mean to have Personal Power? Today's blog is all about understanding three fundamental aspects of Personal Power: self esteem, self confidence and self efficacy and how this can help you to raise psychologically and physically healthy children. You may have heard of self esteem and self confidence as these are terms that are commonly used. You may not have heard of self efficacy, but it is an important part of personal power, so read on to find out how it supports your child’s life success.

A lot of parents get very confused about what the terms: Self Esteem, Self Confidence, and Self Efficacy actually mean. Here are some explanations:

Self Confidence

Self Confidence is all about 'Doing'. People can be extremely confident and have no doubts whenever they complete tasks or they can have very low self confidence and feel unsure of their ability to complete a tasks or activity. And of course anywhere in between from overconfident to under confident!

Many parents say, "I really want my child to be self confident." And in the past, I probably would have too. However, after many years of reading and researching about this topic, now I don’t want my child to be highly self confident as a general rule, but what I want is for him to be able to realistically assess his level of confidence right across the spectrum from a very low level of confidence to a very high level depending upon what activity he's doing.

Before I confuse you, let me elaborate. If your child is ‘over confident’ about everything, then he could get into a lot of trouble because he may take unnecessary risks even when he’s unfamiliar with the process or task being performed. For example: a child who gets a new bike and has never ridden a bike and is generally over confident may take more risks than they should. "Wow! Thanks for my new bike! It’s wonderful! I’m going for a ride!”

Even though this child has not ridden a bike before, if they are overconfident in their abilities they might go to the top of a hill and start riding. As an adult you can see that this could end in disaster. At best, a few scrapes and cuts at worse a more serious injury with a car! Nobody wants to think about that. On the other hand, a child who generally exhibits low Self Confidence is often reluctant to try anything new and that inhibits learning.

Ideally, you want your children to have realistic and varying levels of Self Confidence, depending on what they are doing. We want our children to be confident enough to be unafraid of making the first move and trying new things safely, but at the same time, not to be so overly confident that they won't seek help if they don't know how to do something.

Helping your children to understand these ideas, will help them learn to assess their abilities and skills more realistically and evaluate the risks they can safely take for a given situation. Ideally you want your children to achieve a balance between trying new things and learning, but doing it safely!

It is important to say that in general, men and women have quite different approaches here. Have you noticed in general (obviously this is not true in every instance) that fathers are more likely to encourage their children to take greater risks and mothers are more likely to encourage their children to play it safe. So it’s very helpful just be aware of that when you disagree! The important thing to remember is that raising a child who has personal power and is resilient needs a balance between the two.

OK, now you know that self confidence is all about ‘doing’. So what is self esteem?

Self Esteem

Self Esteem is a completely different matter. Self esteem is not about ‘doing’ it is about ‘being’. To help you understand more about what Self Esteem is, have a go at this exercise. Do you remember the very first day you held your baby in your arms? You looked at your baby and it was an awe-inspiring moment. Your baby was beyond beautiful – the most perfect being.

Now stop and think back to that moment - what was your child doing? I'll tell you; probably doing absolutely nothing ‘special’ just looking up at you, waving their arms around and if you’re lucky, maybe a smile and the moment was amazing. Your saw your child as a special person most importantly, they were special without doing anything – they were just being themselves and by just being, your child is already amazing! Each person is a miracle of creation and life, which is the being part of every one of us.

Self Esteem is a judgement about ourselves and is about the 'Being' part of ourselves (not the doing part). The fact that we are alive, we can move your fingers, see, walk, and talk is incredible in and of itself. Because every human being from the time they are born and throughout their life is unique and valuable being in the world of creation, means that each and every person has the right to have good Self Esteem simply because they exist. Every person is a miracle!

Take a moment right now to just appreciate your life.

Think about it - there's blood pumping around your body. You're growing hair and replacing millions of cells throughout your body all the time. How amazing! You have unlimited potential of how your are going to choose to be in the world, which gives you the birth right of good self esteem. Your child doesn't have to do or be anything or look a particular way in order to have good self esteem. Self Esteem is about feeling good about who you are. Self-esteem is a judgment about yourself. So it is so important to help your child see that they have the right to have a good judgment about themselves and sail through life with good self esteem.

Self Efficacy

Self Efficacy is a term that is not used as much in everyday language so you might not have come across it before. Self-efficacy, alongside self esteem and self confidence is an important part of personal power.

Self Efficacy is a combination of Self Esteem and Self Confidence. For example, when I first became a mother, I didn't know much about Parenting but I knew a lot about studying and researching, so the part of me that is my Self Efficacy said, "I don't know about much about raising a child. I have very low confidence with parenting, but I know that I can learn all about child development and parenting with some help and by doing some research." And that's what Self Efficacy is; the belief in yourself, your ability to do something or be something you aren’t yet but aspire to be, and your willingness to do what it takes to accomplish your goals. If you believe you can do it, and you take the steps needed, you have the personal power to achieve your dreams. You can help your child to understand how to develop belief in themselves and empower them to achieve their goals.

So now that you know the difference between Self Esteem, Self Confidence, and Self Efficacy, you can help your child to unconditionally love and accept themselves for the amazing being that they are (self esteem); help them develop the skills to accurately assess their confidence with a tasks (self confidence) and finally help them to develop self efficacy to believe in their ability to be the best they can be and do what they love by believing in themselves and having the courage to learn and to grow and to keep going until they achieve their dreams!
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Technology and children 0-11. The good, the bad and the unknown.

If you’ve been hearing about the many potential harms of technology for kids, as a concerned parent, you might be feeling unsure or even worried about the negative effect it’s having on your children. Kids are exposed to technology everywhere: all day, every day at home, at school there are phones, tablets, computers, TV’s… basically it’s embedded in all aspects of life. And, and being connected to friends and playing fun games on technology is simply awesome! It’s no wonder our children want to be part of the revolution. Can you imagine a day without your phone, tablet or computer?

BUT … perhaps you’re worried about how much technology is good for kids, or whether certain games are harmful to your children or you’re concerned that will they fall behind or miss out if they’re not playing the latest game or being part of the latest online craze!

And what about the day-to-day management of technology. Do you find it hard to get your children off the iPad or computer? Do your kids have worrying behaviours like being aggressive if asked to get off technology or out-of-control crying and screaming for screen time? If, so perhaps you need HELP, and you’re not alone… Many parents struggle with knowing how to navigate technology and to ensure their children’s wellbeing. Did you know that technology addiction is now considered by some experts to be a psychological disorder? Basically, a growing number of children are experiencing the many harms of too much technology and so parents need help to keep their children safe.

So what can worried parents do?

Good information and practical strategies are key for confident parenting, and that’s what you’ll get by watching this video by parenting expert Dr Rosina McAlpine. You’ll learn about the:

Recommended guidelines for technology use by children 0-11 years.
Many harms of excessive or incorrect technology use (physical, social and psychological).
Strategies to minimise the harms and maximise the benefits of technology.
Education and awareness as a parent, so you can make the most of technology for all members of your family.
Knowing the latest research findings on how much is safe for children and how much can have negative side effects, where to get help to find the right kinds of games. And how to effectively manage a home situation if it is already out of control, empowers you with the knowledge and the tools to make good decisions for your family and help your children navigate the world safely.

Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is all about helping you to connect with your children so you can teach them how to be in the world and create more loving relationships and a peaceful home.

That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.
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Supporting your child's self-esteem

Do your children have good self-esteem or are you worried that they have low self-esteem? And what about you? How is your self-esteem?
It is no surprise that adults and children who have healthy self-esteem feel good about who they are, believe in themselves and are therefore more likely to have a positive attitude to life and life success. People with good self-esteem tend to try new things and so they have a wider variety of life experiences and lead richer and more fulfilling lives. This makes perfect sense right?

So what steps are you taking to support your children’s self-esteem? And, could you unknowingly be harming your child’s self-esteem with comments like:

• “What’s the matter with you?
• “How any times do I have to tell you the same thing?”
• “Why can your brother/ sister / friend follow instructions but you can’t?”
• “Will you ever learn?”
• “I don’t have time for you now! Can’t you see I’m busy?”

Parenting can be frustrating and even exhausting at times and sometimes we say things we don’t really mean that can harm our childs’ sense of worth and value. Recently a parent confided in me that she was horrified to hear herself say to her daughter “why couldn’t I have a normal child?” when she wouldn’t listen. Perhaps you can relate to this mothers frustration and angst as we’ve all said things we don’t mean in the heat of the moment. … So how can you, as a caring parent, make sure you have a positive and not a negative effect on your child’s sense of self-worth and not harm their self-esteem?
In this video, Dr Rosina provides parents with the practical tips they can use every day to support their child’s self-esteem. As a loving and caring parent, could you do with some help? Then watch this video where Dr Rosina explains how you can support your child to have a healthy sense of self, navigate the ups and downs of life successfully and do great things in the world!

In this video you’ll learn:
• What self-esteem actually is.
• The important difference between self-esteem and self-confidence and why you need to understand the distinction to effectively support your child’s self-esteem.
• How healthy self-esteem is important for your child’s physical and psychological wellbeing.
• What harms self-esteem, so you can avoid harming your child’s sense of worth and

MOST IMPORTANTLY

How you can support your child to develop healthy self-esteem and give them a strong foundation for life success.

The more you learn about effective parenting, the more confident you’ll be with the practical tools you need to help you raise your children in a calmer and more loving way. If you feel like all you do is yell and fight with the kids which makes things even more out of control, then imagine how good you’ll feel when you’re able to respond rather than react and to teach your kids the life skills they need for life success. Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is all about helping you to connect with your children so you can teach them how to be in the world and create more loving relationships and a peaceful home.


That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.

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Personal Best Parenting

Every parent wants to raise happy, healthy and well-balanced kids. BUT, it’s not always easy to know the “right” thing to do. There is so much conflicting parenting advice today, leaving parents confused. For almost a decade, Dr Rosina has shared her insights into the research on child development by helping parents successfully navigate the day-to-day challenges of parenting with simple, relatable and practical parenting tips.

f you find that you are using rewards, discipline and punishment in your home and it is harming your relationship with your children and leaves you feeling bad AND, if like so many other parents you find that being harsh with your children isn’t effective and certainly not supporting you to have a more peaceful and cooperative household, then try Dr Rosina’s practical 3 step Win Win parenting process:

STOP EMPATHISE EDUCATE.

….and you’ll be able to S.E.E. a new way to parent.

Here’s what parents have to say about the Win Win Parenting approach to raising children without the need for rewards, discipline or punishment.

Great positive approach to parenting.
Simple message with a simple solution. All parents can learn from Win Win Parenting.
Will be able to apply it straight away.
Very relatable and easy step-by-step approach to tackling challenging situations.
It connects with reality. It’s about the usual problems parents face daily.
Practical conflict-free tips.
A positive approach to raising children of all ages.
In this video, you’ll learn the keys to being your personal best as a parent. Dr Rosina begins with

Busting the myth you should just ‘KNOW’ how to be a good parent, and explains
How your guilt about parenting undermines your parenting. You’ll learn
Why self-care is key to being a good role model for your family. The video concludes by
Introducing Dr Rosina’s practical step-by-step approach to becoming your personal best as a parent.
The more you learn about effective parenting, the more confident you’ll be with the practical tools you need to help you raise your children in a calmer and more loving way. If you feel like all you do is yell and fight with the kids which makes things even more out of control, then imagine how good you’ll feel when you’re able to respond rather than react and to teach your kids the life skills they need for life success. Dr Rosina’s approach to parenting is all about helping you to connect with your children so you can teach them how to be in the world and create more loving relationships and a peaceful home. That’s why Win Win Parenting is a Win for parents and a Win for kids.
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