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Truth, fibs and lies

Truth, fibs and lies

Dealing with lies, half-truths and exaggerations

What to expect: 7-9 yr olds

What to expect: 7-9 yr olds

Everyone's different, so what should you expect at this age? Part 2

Encouraging creativity

Encouraging creativity

How to recognise and support your child's creative skills

How to get through to your child

How to get through to your child

Making sure you are heard and understood

Talking about sex

Talking about sex

Talk to your child about sex in a comfortable and open way

Media pressure

Media pressure

The effects of media and advertising on your children

Non-resident dads

Non-resident dads

Parenting a child who doesn’t live with you

My child is so competitive

My child is so competitive

Supporting a highly competitive child

Friendship blues and bust-ups

Friendship blues and bust-ups

Support your child through important times with their friends

Alcohol in the home

Alcohol in the home

Produced in collaboration with Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Alcohol - don't delay talking about it

Alcohol - don't delay talking about it

How and when to talk to your child about alcohol

Trauma

Trauma

Supporting children who have witnessed or experienced traumatic events

Sex

Sex

Help your teen grow up safely and with confidence

Teen parties

Teen parties

What to do when your teenager wants to throw a party

Staying out late

Staying out late

Teens who come home after hours

Self harming

Self harming

What this behaviour might mean and how to address it

Discipline for teens

Discipline for teens

Changing discipline and parenting styles for teenagers

Peace and quiet

Peace and quiet

Top tips for keeping things calm and peaceful at home

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Babies and single dads

Babies and single dads

Having a baby as a single dad

Speech and language

Speech and language

When toddlers start talking

Can you spoil your baby?

Can you spoil your baby?

How to respond to your baby's cries - should you pick them up or leave