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"You can't calm the storm, so stop trying. What you can do is calm yourself. The storm will pass."

- Timber Hawkeye

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Thoughts are not facts

I want to start by putting your mind at ease. If your child or teenager is having thoughts that are frightening and upsetting, or what ...
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How to live life in full colour with anxiety

Anxiety has a way of clouding over the brightest days. For some kids, anxiety can stand in the way of school camp, parties, sleepovers, performing, ...
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6 critical skills for anxious kids

“I have seen self-harming in children as young as prep, grade one and two." This quote from a Victorian Primary School principal in The Age newspaper ...
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Restoring balance to your family calendar

Pure joy. That’s the feeling I had after our daughter officially ‘retired’ from swimming lessons last week. Not graduated, retired. Big difference. In fact, our ...
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The number one tool for teaching emotional intelligence to your kids

“How we deal with our inner world drives everything.” These are the words of Susan David PhD, award winning Harvard Medical School psychologist and author ...
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It’s time we stopped waiting for signs of mental illness in our kids

In 2015 the second Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing Report revealed that one in seven Australian children between the ages of ...
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6 Positive Ways To Respond To Your Anxious Child

When our kids feel anxious they come to us for help. Help to stop the worrying thoughts spinning around their head, help to get rid ...
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Every upset is an opportunity to build resilience – how do you respond?

Do you know the noise it makes when you scrape metal on metal? I can't stand it. It makes my skin crawl. Ugggh. I have ...
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6 ways to support your prep when the excitement wears off

I remember at the end of week two of prep for our son when he asked me when school finishes. Misunderstanding, I explained that for ...
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