Being a mother is not always rational, as parenting is often made out to be. There is a great deal of emotion attached to the role of mother. This emotion drives you to fight hard to protect your children, work assiduously to right any wrongs on their behalf, and exhaust yourself looking after their physical and psychological well-being. Please find a link below to the latest Michael Grose “Insights” article on the topic of mothers and mother’s day.
Parenting expert Michael Grose (parentingideas.com.au) advises that although standards may change, the job of parents hasn’t altered. “Teach kids to use language that doesn’t offend others. The message to get across to the next generation is – if it’s offensive then choose other words or say nothing at all.”
Take a moment to read a Parenting Tips article produced exploring 15 reasons to foster virtues and habitual good behaviours in children.
Being physically active is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. At any age physical activity provides a range of health benefits. And the good news is activity does not have to be vigorous – moderate activity, such as brisk walking, is great for your health.
Asthma, Coughs and Colds: Information for Parents and Carers
The common cold, caused by an upper respiratory tract infection, is one of the most common illnesses for children and adults in Australia. Colds are more common in winter months as people spend more time indoors, in close contact, and can be more likely to pass on viruses that cause the common cold.