Monthly Archives: May 2012

Too Big For Their Boots: Dealing with Arrogant Children

Do you know an arrogant child?  Have you had to sit and listen to them?  Is your child the brunt of an arrogant child’s over-inflated ego? We all know them and we’ve all heard them – the kids that brag … Continue reading

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Joint Parenting and Equality for our Children

Joint parenting and equality to many is a pipe dream post separation/divorce – a reality that is kept from them despite their suitability to parent their children and the overwhelming love that they have for their offspring.  The internet is … Continue reading

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UCAS, A Levels and University Choices unravelled!

This time of year is pressurised for a lot of students in the build-up to exams and then the wait for results especially where A Level results will have an impact on UCAS offers for University.  For many their future … Continue reading

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How to help your child avoid exam stress

Exam Stress Growing the muscle to cope with exam stress can be one of the biggest challenges that your child will face but they are not alone and there is a lot that you can do as a parent or … Continue reading

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Are schools setting our children up to fail?

The Lowdown on Goal Setting and Set Targets Here at Reset Parenting we have been pondering this question all week having found out recently that it would appear that the A Level target grades or the set targets for students … Continue reading

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