The short and long game to connect to your sonParenting by Dr Ray Swann
When my son was 13, he started to push back.
How to mother a teenage boyParenting by Megan de Beyer
During a boy’s golden years (7−10 years), a mum is often his biggest fan and the greatest presence in his life.
How to talk to your teenage son, by a teenagerParenting by Harry
13 year old student Harry offers tips to parents on how to talk to their teenage sons.
Removing Instagram ‘likes’Parenting by Martine Oglethorpe
Getting lots of likes on a photo can give us a quick hit of dopamine and a pat on the back from both peers and people unknown. It can be an affirmation that we are doing something right and a public endorsement of our popularity. But it can also have the opposite effect?
4 quick flips to get your son talkingParenting by Bec Cavalôt
Have you ever asked your son a question and got a grunt – or worse still, nothing – in response?
Are you raising your son to be kind?Parenting
While it’s good to know that the seeds of being a caring, respectful, ethical adult are already present in my son, my job as a parent is to nurture these seeds into full bloom.
Holiday Bucket ListParenting by Emily Beaton
Events make memories. Here’s a fun way to display their holiday wishes to create memorable experiences.
Why is my 8-year-old so sensitive?Parenting by Bec Cavalôt
Tears, exasperation and outbursts? Sensitivity often means kindness, creativity and empathy – but how can we support our sons during this next developmental stage?
4 Key messages for raising boysParenting by Emily Beaton
A simple and realistic approach to raising your son in the twenty-first century.
Testing timesParenting by Meg Adem
Testing time can be challenging for all of us – particularly with boys. Here’s a few tips to keep both you and your son on track during upcoming exams and give him just the right amount of support to ease test anxiety.