How to grow a readerParenting by Kristen Molloy
How to encourage your son to read
Navigating the party season with your sonParenting by Kristen Molloy
Help your son party safely
Why you shouldn’t stop reading to your sonParenting by Bec Cavalôt
Fewer children are reading for fun than ever before, and kids are reading less the older they get. Could continuing to read to your son, even when he can read to himself, be the key to keeping his love of books alive?
Overcoming setbacks in sportParenting, Sport by Jack Joslin
Help your son deal with disappointment in sport
When our boys watch sport – what do they really see?Parenting by Annabel McLean
Ads often make gambling seem like a game.
How much independence should you give your son?Parenting by Cheryl Critchley
The ‘what ifs’ can be scary, but the fact is that boys need age-appropriate independence in order to develop important life skills and become resilient, confident and responsible adults.
How to help your boy stay motivatedParenting by Ollie Lovell
Three ideas to help with motivation
Managing ChangeParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Although changes can be challenging, they are also wonderful opportunities to set a new vision for the future.
What to do if your son doesn’t like sportParenting, Sport by Cheryl Critchley
My son hates sport. Ben is 13 and has never joined a formal sports team. Some of you might be thinking, so what? But I wasn’t. I was thinking have I failed as a parent?
Building ResilienceParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Being a thinking partner rather than a problem solver is a good start.