Tagged: psychology

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Kids in the House – video resources

Kids in the House is an educational website that contains the largest parenting video library in the world. It was set up for parents who do not have much time to read all the books they wish to read (that is most of us) and still want to find that...

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Social Emotional Literacy

All feelings are ok – how we interpret and deal with them may not always be. Research has shown that emotions can either enhance or hinder our ability to work and learn. They affect our attention and our memory. If we are very anxious about something, or agitated, we can’t...

Websites – Blogs – Downloads

  There is no shortage of parenting sites available on the internet and it is easy to get overwhelmed.  Here is my personal go to selection. It will keep growing as I discover more useful resources, so keep checking in.           DR JANE NELSEN has written and...

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Could Empathy be the Best Cure for Tantrums?

When a child looses control of her emotions and throws a tantrum, it often triggers a sense of helplessness in the parent who may be at a loss as to what to do with the screaming child. The cause of the meltdown can seem so futile to us that it...

Families and How to Survive Them

Families and How to Survive Them

FAMILIES AND HOW TO SURVIVE THEM by John Cleese and Robyn Skinner   This self help book co-authored by the psychiatrist and psychotherapist Robin Skynner and the comedian John Cleese (indeed the Monty Python humorist actor) takes the form of a series of dialogues between Skynner, playing the role of...