It’s Lockdown Mark 2Parenting by Emily Beaton
There is no doubt our hearts were saddened at the idea that once again, we were going into stage 3 lockdown restrictions across Melbourne.
Digital detox: resetting technology boundariesParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Heading into the school holidays, now is the time to revisit the conversation with your son about healthy technology use.
Walking alongside your sonParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Walking alongside your son on his journey during these challenging times means stepping into his shoes and seeing life from his perspective.
Back to school: A mental health checklistParenting by Naomi Tham
Help your son navigate the many changes in his life right now and deal with the uncertainty that we are all experiencing with this checklist.
Keep, Stop, Start: A back to school routineParenting by Dr Ray Swann
There has been so much change in your son’s life and it’s important to acknowledge what has worked well
Why relationships are so importantParenting by Dr Ray Swann
Research indicates that close relationships are crucial to boys’ well being.
Bringing up boys in a time of lockdownParenting by Steve Biddulph AM
This strange new life we are living is a challenge for all parents, but it’s those with boys who are telling me they are finding it particularly tough. I am in contact with 140,000 parents of boys in 32 countries through the Facebook community I set up several years ago to link up readers of […]
6 steps to deal with disappointmentParenting by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
Adults and children alike are coming to terms with disappointment during these challenging times.
How routine can be your lifesaverParenting by Meg Adem
A routine helps decrease anxiety and increase comfort. This is essential for any child, regardless of age.
Sleep tips for your teenage sonParenting by Meg Adem
Many have reported they are struggling with their sleep habits, often finding themselves alert at midnight, doing their best work at 1am and not getting to sleep until 3am. Importantly, my students who would normally love to be up all night recognise that this is not good. They are worrying about their lack of sleep […]