A: I think we all remember being a teenager and how difficult it was. There’s so much that goes on inside the teenage brain and body that it's complicated and confusing for them. The biggest part of teenage hormones for parents is to have...

A: A calmer house is the holy grail of parenting!  While it sounds lovely, it’s also important to be realistic. Children have developing brains so have not got the ability to be calm when upset and parents get triggered and respond in ways that...

A: Children experience many fears and I’m pleased that your child has come to you with this.  I remember when I was six waking up really upset that my Nan was going to die.  She didn’t die for another twenty years, but I...