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Is there any truth to birth order stereotypes, 'teen-ternity' leave for parents, and why your kids are better behaved for other people.
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.
What is 'good enough parenting'? The angelic faces of children watching screens, and why our teens are embracing LinkedIn.
Our young people will likely hear about the unfolding situation in the Middle East either through their social media feeds or overhearing adults. Clinical psychologists Dr Judith Locke and Dr Danielle Einstein share tips on how parents can support their children.
What to do when your child drops a swear word, why there's nothing to fear about Netflix's Sex Education, and the six things Dutch parents never do.
Final school exams are typically seen as a very intense period of preparation. But it is also important to rest during this time if you want to maximise your performance, writes Paul Ginns.
Leading clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller provides strategies for students to cope with exam anxiety and perform at their best, in one of his most popular articles on The Parents Website.
Supporting your teen's mental health can come with challenges. In this extract from her new book, parent and psychiatrist Dr Jo Prendergast shares practical tools to help make life a little lighter and support your teen towards a healthy headspace.