October 2018

October 2018

Jesus' Second Coming — Ask the Experts 1 min read

Q: Ever since she heard a sermon that the world is ending and Jesus is returning soon, my seven-year-old daughter has been extremely anxious. What can I do to allay her fears?

What If My Child is the Bully? — Wellbeing with Collett 1 min read

Bullying has terrible effects on the victims involved but one of the toughest things to hear from your child’s school is that your own child is the bully. Here’s what you can do to help your child.

Baked Sweet Potato Enchiladas — Cooking with Gia and Olive 1 min read

This vegan-friendly enchilada dish is an excellent choice for family dinners, and is a whole lot of fun to make (get the kids to join in). Rich in fibre, vitamins, and minerals, sweet potatoes taste good and are good for...

Free Printable — Tips For New Step-Parents 1 min read

Here's what you should know if you find yourself becoming a step-parent.

3 Ways Parents Can Build Their Child’s Resilience 1 min read

There are multiple skills for parents and children to master when it comes to helping them be more resilient. Here are three:

The Best Way to Help Kids Cope with Challenges 4 min read

Are we seeing a generation of increasingly fragile kids in need of toughening up?

Kegel exercises — Ask the Experts 1 min read

Q: Throughout my pregnancy, I was a little forgetful about doing Kegel exercises. My child is now three. Is it too late?

Free Printable — Feelings Word List 1 min read

Recognising their emotions can help your children be more resilient. Help your child extend their vocabulary and label their feelings with this list.

Peanut Butter Smoothie — Cooking with Gia and Olive 1 min read

It's nutty, it's buttery and it's dairy-free.