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THE PARENT AND PUPIL COACH
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Parents can sacrifice, to their own detriment, work. Trying to get home on time because of their responsibilities at home can pile on pressure. So how can we overcome this and reduce the stress? For many it can be about the perceived idea of work and life…
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For new parents, working from home can seem the ideal choice. To blending both work and family whilst avoiding the daily commute may seem a win-win , but we need to remove those rose-tinted glasses before we commit to flexible working. If the daily grind…
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Everyone has their own opinion but I believe the most important ‘daily meds’ we need to be taking is meditation. Regular Medication We are more than happy to go to the doctors and get prescribed medications. We’re diligent about taking our medication. If…
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I wanted to explain how important it is that we recognise our role in a conflict, that we contribute to the problem. Parents can often feel that when communication breaks down, either with their child or partner, the problem lies mainly with the other…
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Recently I noticed that I needed to improve the quality of time I spent with my eldest son. It’s challenging when you have more than one child but it’s also so important to better understand how our child see us. Listen to my full podcast here…
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Is it time to see the phone as an opportunity for us to enrich our relationships with our children? It’s been 12 months since my eldest got his first phone. And over this past year one of the clear benefits has been I am now more connected with him than…
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Uncertainty can be traumatic for some children and cause problematic behaviour. Consider improving communication or introduce some gentle structure. I want to share with you some of the work I’ve been doing with a child and his mother. In particular it’s…
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By using my daughter’s math homework, I explore how we can embed resilience and resourcefulness in a children. Teaching our children how to manage adversity and challenges can be as easy as 1, 2, 3. Homework I was working with my daughter on her math…
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We can complain about how things aren’t the way we want them to be, or we can take action and address our role and start to make some changes. I was talking with a unhappy parent about how they wanted help with their teenage son. They wanted to be “less…
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Often it can seem that IQ is prized higher than EQ (Emotional Intelligence). But the ability to develop and grow EQ is a powerful tool for any child. By practising sharing how we feel in a positive, respectful and assertive way can only to boost to not…
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