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Picky Eating

Things are going to inevitably happen to your child that are going to upset, frustrate, annoy and disappoint them. So how do you help them to become more resilient in the face of challenges?

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Building Resilience

Things are going to inevitably happen to your child that are going to upset, frustrate, annoy and disappoint them. So how do you help them to become more resilient in the face of challenges?

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Helping babies when they cry – with Jenna Bujaroski

Does your partner parent differently to you? Does it really annoy you?! Parenting can become a huge source of conflict within a relationship. It’s super easy to find fault in what your partner does or doesn’t do and berate them in not doing things ‘right’.

So listen in for ways on how can you navigate those challenges and bring more harmony to your relationship & family.

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When Your Partner Parents Differently

Does your partner parent differently to you? Does it really annoy you?! Parenting can become a huge source of conflict within a relationship. It’s super easy to find fault in what your partner does or doesn’t do and berate them in not doing things ‘right’.

So listen in for ways on how can you navigate those challenges and bring more harmony to your relationship & family.

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Coming Out Of Lockdown

In this interview with Nicky McGrath (who’s in the UK), find out how to best help your children adjust to life after lockdown and how to best help your own anxieties & concerns.

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Understanding Your Child’s Behaviour

Do you ever wonder why your child does the things they do?
Why they are fine one minute, and then hitting their sibling the next.
Why they come home and kick the dog.
Why they refuse to do what you ask them to do something they were happy to do the day before.

In this episode I’ll explain what’s really going on for your child, so that you can then understand what your child is actually needing In order to transform their behaviour.

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