5 Tips to Connect, so He Responds

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Want to make sure he connects and responds to you? You really like him, he may have noticed you, but has not been captivated by you, yet. These are 5 ways to make sure he does notice you, becomes enchanted by you and desires to get to know you more. You can create his captivation by following these tips: Smile A smile is a warm way of telling a perspective person you like what you […]

Four Words Can Change Your Child’s Life

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The way parents speak to their children can have a major impact on their mental and emotional health. Article I consulted on, written by journalist Megan Blandford for SBS News Parents play a protective role in their child’s mental health. Children with parents who never or rarely told them they were proud of them were nearly five times more likely to have suicidal thoughts, nearly seven times more likely to formulate a suicide plan and about […]

Separation and Divorce Means Wealth

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Separation and Divorce means wealth, not for you, but for the solicitors profiting off your distress. When a couple separate, one of the first things they should do is visit a Family Mediator. These trained Mediators assist couples with their De Facto or Marriage Separation Agreement, Parenting Plan and Property division after a legal separation or divorce. A Parenting Plan is a residence agreement, organised by the parents, usually in consultation with a trained Family […]

10 Tips to Get Your Kids to Listen

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Article I consulted on for Unleash Your Potential with Laura Evans Kid’s won’t listen? – change your language (NLP for Parents) Language is key. Do you find yourself saying, I just can’t get the kids to listen. Maybe you tell your children or teenagers not to do something, and then they do exactly what you’ve told them not to do! (how infuriating). You’re left frustrated …you blame them … but what if the problem is […]