Teenage Drama Queen

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You have a teen and they behave like a Drama Queen, join the rest of the parents experiencing the same. Article I recently wrote for Rescu.com.au While it is mostly girls who do this, there are some boys who join the ranks of being rather over dramatic when emotions overwhelm them too. What makes teens turn into a raving Drama Queen when things don’t work out the way they expect or want? Research tells us it […]

You Are Not Equal

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Equality – in What? Have you ever heard yourself saying things like: “Why can’t he just see how irrational he is being?” “What’s the reason he can’t understand what I mean, isn’t it obvious?” “He doesn’t realise how he sometimes offends and hurts me?” “Why can’t he listen to me the way I need?” The problem is you often expect him to think like you, a woman, but he can’t. His gender is different, his life […]

Is Social Media making you Depressed?

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Studies show Facebook use is associated with Depression. Over one billion people log into Facebook every day, being the world’s most popular social networking site. It is logical to assume that people use Facebook because it somehow enhances their lives however research suggests the opposite. Time on Facebook Can Make You Sad According to a 2014 study published in Computers in Human Behavior, most people do not seem to be using ‘Social Media’ to be social. Only […]

11 Parenting Mistakes to Avoid

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Recent article I consulted on regarding Tips for New Parents There’s nothing easy about being a parent – it’s probably the hardest job there is. No qualification, experience or degree exists to get you ready for it, it’s all about learning on the job. So we’ve compiled 11 extremely common parenting mistakes that are often made by new parents so that you can avoid them when it comes to your little ones. Story at Mydeal.com.au 1) […]