What’s Your Parenting Style?

By: Dr Justin Coulson

There’s a phrase I hear a lot. It’s usually some variation on the following: “There’s no one right way to parent.” Read more

A Balanced Approach to Parenting in the 21st Century

By: McCrindle

Those tasked with the important job of parenting today’s children are likely to be those of Generations X and Y. They are parenting their children (Gen Z and Gen Alpha) in different ways to how they themselves were parented. Read more

Avoiding Burns in the Home: CPR Kids’ Advice for Winter Safety

By: Sam Robinson

In winter it’s easy to worry about kids getting cold, but our greatest concern should be keeping kids safe. Read more

The Beauty of Family Traditions

By: Collett Smart

I’m regularly asked, “What is the secret to raising healthy teenagers?”

I think we often wonder if there’s some big secret to raising healthy teenagers. Something we are missing, that others know the answer to.

My answer is usually this, “There is no magic bullet, the small things ARE the big things!” Read more

7 Tips for Raising Girls

By: Dr Justin Coulson

A short while ago my new book about teenage girls, Miss-Connection, was released. The book appeared on some bestseller lists around the country. Since then, I’ve been asked, repeatedly, for the “secrets” to raising happy, responsible, strong teenage girls. Read more

“They Just Love Listening to Your Voice” Says Children’s Author on Importance of Reading to Babies

By: Katrina Roe

It’s never too early to start reading to your baby. Read more

A Father’s Letter To His Daughter (About Living In a World That Degrades Women)

By: Akos Balogh

Dear Ava*,

Part of me wishes I didn’t have to write this letter.

You see, I wish we lived in a world where all men treated all women with dignity and respect, at all times. Read more

Sleep Deprivation and Teens

By: Collett Smart

The Parenting Question this week is from Judy, on Sleep Deprivation: “How much sleep do our teens need?”

It has been said that we have a chronically sleep deprived generation. Read more

A Letter To My Sons About Becoming Good Men (In a Culture That Degrades Females)

By: Akos Balogh

Dear Ben and Archie*,

You may have noticed the many stories in the news about how lots of women have been hurt by men. Women like Grace Tame, Brittany Higgins, and many others. It’s been sad to watch their pain. Read more

The Spanking Debate: Changing Minds Takes a Generation

By: Dr Justin Coulson

Smacking is one of those topics in parenting that never really goes away. It’s always in the headlines or creating some kind of provocation on social media. Read more