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.
You might think it's cute to snap a photo of your toddler running around in a playground or having a temper tantrum, and then posting it on social media. But did you ever think it might be a mistake, or even illegal?
The YouTube experience doesn't end for my kids after I take away their iPads.
Every now and then, my spend is a little higher than I'd remembered – a song here, an app there. But this was on another level.
The introduction of media smart classes from the age of eight is necessary to combat the increased sexualisation of young women, says a Curtin University researcher.
If you've ever thought that the saying 'monkey see, monkey do' is highly applicable to children, then you'd be right.
Bethany Lambert had a problem.
"Is that your son?" a dad at my eight-year-old's swimming lessons asks, pointing. I nod. "He's a really good swimmer." To me, the compliment is akin to winning gold.
If you make a mistake, a furious parent will come down upon you like a wolf on the fold.
The behaviour we ignore is behaviour we accept
"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