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What should you do if your child's ATAR is higher or lower than expected? Careers expert Helen Green offers tips and suggestions
Preparing for the respectful relationship chat? Need help with broaching the online aspect? In this extract from her new book, sexuality educator Vanessa Hamilton shares practical tips to empower parents to have these conversations.
Starting school can create excitement and uncertainty – for both children and parents. Natalie Moutafis asked our experts for tips for a more enjoyable and relaxed transition, before the first day arrives.
TV can be educational but social media likely harms mental health write Taren Sanders, Chris Lonsdale, Michael Noetel and Philip D Parker.
Looking to encourage and motivate your child to learn? Here, clinical psychologist and family therapist Andrew Fuller shares how parents can increase children's motivation and passion for learning.
There is growing evidence suggesting difficulties with reading and mental health may be related in some children. Here, Genevieve McArthur shares what parents can do.
Think your teen is depressed? Here, Louise Birrell, Andrew Baillie, Erin Kelly and Maree Teesson share how to get them help and what treatment options may be available.
'Can I talk to you?' It's a phrase parents hope to hear, but how do you let your child know you are there for them? Karen Young, psychologist and creator of Hey Sigmund, shares how parents can show children they can come to them with the big things.
How do kids think about kindness? Summer Braun, Michael Warren and Kimberly Schonert-Reichl asked fourth and fifth graders — and the results showed they were particularly attuned to compassion and inclusion.