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Kids think, feel, and act in ways that are usually perfectly normal due to their age.
Increasing concerns about the sexualisation of girls in the media has prompted a new report addressing the issue.
Fighting for a space in an Ikea carpark and navigating its maze-like stores may soon become a thing of the past.
The two questions your teen really wants you to ask when they are struggling.
a 43-year-old mother of two, whose son was diagnosed with Autism, writes an open letter to any parent going through this experience.
For many teens, rapid and intense mood changes are often a normal part of their development. But in some cases, emotion and mood can signal depression.
If your kids are sick of sandwiches and spreads, then create some of these healthy lunch box ideas to keep them happy and healthy.
Do actions speak louder than words? Or do we need to say' I love you'?
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