10 Tips to Make Your Yard Autism-Friendly

With summer right around the corner, it’s time to start preparing for how you’ll manage your child’s break, and in all likelihood, this will include some fun outdoor time. As children with autism have increased sensitivity to schedule changes and a higher likelihood of wandering, you’ll need to be prepared with some new activities and…

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Practical Ways to Deal with Judgmental People

February 5, 2018 Dealing with People

We’ve all dealt with a judgmental person or two at least once or twice in our lives. It can be difficult to avoid these people, as they turn up in all walks of life. When you come across a judgmental person, the words they say can pierce through your defences and bring you down. However,…

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5 Tips for Overcoming Trust Issues in Relationships

January 25, 2018 Relationship Problems

If you have been burned many times before, it can be difficult to trust again. However, if you want to form meaningful relationships with the people around you, especially your significant other, you need to learn how to trust again. Trust is one of the most important aspects of a relationship. No matter how much…

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How to Stop Being Needy

January 17, 2018 Relationship Problems

Being needy causes relationship problems. It’s true that it can be cute at first. The partner may feel like it is sweet that you need them that much. However, being needy continuously can become a real issue in the relationship eventually. People tend to start being needy after the ‘whirlwind romance’ or ‘honeymoon’ stage of…

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New Year’s Resolution Ideas for Parents of Toddlers

January 10, 2018 Parenting Tips

Time really flies when parents are raising kids. One day they are just babies, and the next thing you know, they are packing their bags, ready for their life at Uni. This is why you should always make New Year’s resolutions as a family. As you start a new year, it is necessary to reflect…

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7 Awesome Ways to Reward Your Kids for their Good Deeds

December 25, 2017 Parenting Tips

Rewards help your kids get motivated and inspired to continue doing good deeds. They are positive reinforcement for the good behaviour they showed. Usually, parents give their kids money, toys, or a special activity to motivate their kids to help with house chores or do good things on a daily basis. However, in the long…

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Why is having a Sound Mental Health Important at Work?

November 18, 2017 Work relationships
Know the importance of having a sound mental health in the workplace. The second World Happiness Report published in 2013 has out one key finding - that sound mental health is vital in economic and social progress. According to the report, a healthy mental condition leads to happiness, and happiness leads to longer lives, greater... Read more

Understanding the Basic Emotions We Have

November 8, 2017 Emotions
When we learn to understand our emotions, we get a better a idea of how to effectively deal with them. One key indicator of emotional intelligence is the ability to both identify and understand emotions. It is the first step towards managing a maelstrom of confusing thoughts and feelings. Once we understand the basic emotions... Read more

What are the 5 Most Important Things in a Relationship?

October 30, 2017 Romantic Relationships

Fairy tales teach children about romantic love. The princess is in danger, the prince comes to the rescue, and they live happily ever after. But as you grow up, you realise that love is not as simple as saving the person dear to you from her stepmother, an apple, or a curse. Love involves a…

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Key Tips in Strengthening Family Ties

October 10, 2017 Family relationship
According to a study published by the National Centre for Biotechnology Information in the United States, family instability may cause children to “fare worse developmentally”.  This only reinforces what we already know: that the experiences in the family have long-lasting effects on the people that make up the unit, particularly the children. This is why... Read more

When Should You Start Technologising Your Kids?

September 27, 2017 Kids and technology
Technology has become a somewhat indispensable part of life. While parents cannot insulate their kids from using electronic gadgets, it is their responsibility to make sure that children learn its responsible use.  The question, however, remains: When should you start technologising your kids? Here are a few insights for you. Preschool Age Children are tactile.... Read more

7 Ways You Can Do to Start Dealing with a Family Loss

September 10, 2017 Dealing with grief
While people understand that death is inevitable, it is still quite devastating when you lose a loved one. The pain, anxiety, and feelings of helplessness that come with such an experience can break any person and deeply affect their family. If you find yourself in this situation, remember that it is so important for loved... Read more

10 Most Common Difficulties that Relationships Face

August 27, 2017 Relationship Problems
Everyone knows that no relationship is perfect. But statistics such as the increase in the number of divorces in Australia in 2015, or the fact that most divorce applicants were joint applicants, make it easier to worry. Luckily, there are ways to keep a relationship strong through the years. Marriage – or any long-term relationship... Read more

Qualities of a Professional Mediator

August 10, 2017 Mediation

Are you looking for a mediator to help you resolve a particular conflict or settle a discussion? For cases from the family and community areas to business and commercial settings, a professional mediator is qualified to help parties reach a suitable compromise. In Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), a mediator or other impartial third-party professional helps…

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Benefits of Counselling for Divorcing Couples

July 18, 2017 Relationship Problems

When a couple decides to legally bring their marriage to an end, both parties undergo a great amount of stress. The anxiety is much worse if only one party is sure about the divorce, while the other is not. Everyone’s mental health is at stake, as each person has their own way of coping. Divorcing…

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