The value of everyday moments

“You can’t impose on kids your own timing. You just have to wait for that moment when they want to talk. It might happen when you’re washing up, when you’re driving the car or maybe late at night when they walk into your study.” – Sue Le Souef, solicitor

  • The more everyday moments you spend with your child the more opportunities it creates for them to talk to you when you are ready
  • You don’t need to spend every moment asking lots of questions. Just being together is enough!

Dad Dates

Dad Dates are an oldie, but a goodie. Even with teenagers, one-on-one time is still our most tried, tested and recommended tip - and it's never too late to start.


Parent as a team

Successful parenting requires both a mother and a father or father-figure, and must be a shared responsibility.