Does your child worry about the simplest of things? Does he or she get upset easily? Do they seem to have empathy beyond their young years? Chances are you have a sensitive little soul on your hands.
Kimberley O'Brien tells you how you can help kids rule out the negatives life throws at them and find the positive influences they need to function better each day.
"Everything's going wrong," my daughter sobbed on my shoulder.
Why it's important to remember that your eldest child is still a child too
When it comes to how much time children spend on a device it's all about quality not quantity.
It's tempting to get involved and approach the other children's parents, but we should resist. Try these ideas instead.
Three years ago, Julie Mudrick grew worried about her son Luke, who was in grade three at the time.
Most teenagers have a relatively smooth path to adulthood, with just the occasional bump along the way. And there are things parents can do to ease the way.
It's easy to feel shocked and saddened in the wake of Donald Trump's shock victory in the US presidential election. More than that – it's easy to feel scared. So what an earth should we tell our kids?
A recent trip to Europe with my kids, forced me to think about how Australia treats children.
President Barack Obama has revealed that while his daughters, Malia, 18, and Sasha, 15, have already started dating, he's feeling "pretty relaxed" about it – for two good reasons.
Despite my best efforts to discourage it, my son has always been somewhat trigger-happy.
Last night at our weekly sporting game my son endured a further two comments about his size on top of the thousands he has copped in his lifetime.