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Growing up with a special needs sibling

Being raised with a brother or sister with significant disabilities can bring benefits including opportunities to learn resilience and empathy at a very young age. However, it also brings with it some challenges for both the children and the parents.

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Helping your child through troubled times

In her new book psychologist Collett Smart arms parents with the tools to build strong families and tackles the difficult topics facing teens and tweens, but she warns the building blocks for success begin with our babies, toddlers and preschoolers.

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Mothering alone: Confident solo parenting

Single motherhood comes in all shapes and sizes - perhaps by choice, divorce, loss of a partner, or a husband working interstate or overseas. No matter what the reason why, there are ways to solo parent and confidently raise a happy, healthy child.

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Kaz Cooke: Things dads need to know

Popular parenting author, cartoonist and broadcaster Kaz Cooke continues to entertain and inform parents with evidence-based advice in her no-nonsense guide to the early years, Babies and Toddlers, a sequel to bestselling pregnancy book Up the Duff.

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Dads' mental health and family happiness

While research shows most dads are faring well and feeling good about their parenting, just under 20% have experienced mental health issues such as symptoms of depression or anxiety, highlighting the importance of supporting fathers in their role.

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Top tips for travelling with children

Thinking of heading away with the kids? Travelling with small children seems daunting at best and there's plenty to consider, but family travel expert Sue White has some tips that may make your next long weekend away or overseas trip a whole lot easier.

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Raising boys: How to nurture gentle sons

It’s not unusual for parents of boys to be told ‘You have your hands full’. But why is the act of raising boys seen as a handful or a hardship as opposed to raising girls? What should parents do to really nurture their son’s gentle or softer side?

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Working mums: Your children will be happy

Employed mothers can relax. Harvard Business School research suggests that the children of working mothers are just as happy in adulthood as the children of stay-at-home mums, and that their adult daughters are more likely to have higher earnings.

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