Be an example for your child

“My kids were twelve and thirteen when I lost my job and began a business from home. Looking back, I can see how important it has been for them to see me pick myself up and start again. They could witness the daily issues in the business and see first-hand how I confronted impediments big and small – from setting up computers to organising the daily run to the post office. Consequently they saw me in all my moods, learnt to economise and shared the exhilaration of our first success.” – Rex Finch, owner, Finch Publishing

  • Your children learn from seeing how you handle the good and the bad in your life
  • Talk to your child about how to deal with the struggles in their life

Tips:

Teenagers and their fathers/father figures

Tell your teenagers you love them, even when they are testing your patience.

Tips:

Strategies for dealing with bullying

Being bullied can seriously affect a child in many ways. If your child is being bullied at school, here are some tips.