Make sure they don’t respond. Responding to the bullying brings attention to it and can cause it to become worse.
It can sometimes be difficult to know if your child is being cyberbullied and as they get older it is less likely they will tell you.
Cyberbullying is when a person or group of people keep doing things to someone online that make them feel hurt, upset or frightened and you cannot stop this from happening.
Here are some tips on what you should advise your child to do if they are being bullied face-to-face.
Bullying is when a person or group of people keep doing things to you that make you feel hurt, upset or frightened and you cannot stop this from happening. Bullying can happen online or offline.
“Train smarter before harder” is the age old saying many athletes over the age of 40 abide by and should be a philosophy adopted by the future generations if we’re to build long lasting resilience physically, mentally and emotionally.
Guest contributor Jason Dick of Earn The Right rehabilitation, strength training & conditioning gym shares his advice on resilience.
When school’s out – enjoy spending time with your kids, rather than endeavouring to ‘entertain’ them.
If you need to stay home but want to have quality fun time – ask them what they want to do and give some of your own ideas too – choose together and make a whole day of it.
Deciding is half the fun; but here are some ideas to get you started...
Being adventurous in childhood, and adulthood, helps us continue learning and growing. It's important for children to learn that adventuring can be fun, rewarding and safe.
Sharing a laugh with the kids in your life is an easy way to create a moment of positivity and help build a relationship of fun and support. See our list of jokes for some comedic inspiration.
Tips on talking to your teenager (or pre-teen) about drugs and their health effects.