Monthly Archives: June 2013

Emotional Intelligence and Education

Why concentrating on our children’s emotional intelligence is important for their education Traditionally, educators have focussed on the provision of sound academia in education delivering programmes to students that will raise academic standards in schools.  The three “r’s” in the … Continue reading

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Wednesday, 26 June, 2013

How great you are depends on how willing you are to face your demons and finally free yourself to walk a life that reflects the person that you truly wan to be.

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Don’t Rely On DNA

“This Be the Verse” by Philip Larkin They fuck you up, your mum and dad.      They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had     And add some extra, just … Continue reading

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Narcissism, Selfishness and Parenting

We all know them.  The narcissistic adults that think the world revolves around them or the selfish parent that is always ditching their children on their friends to go off to file their nails, lunch or other spurious yet, evidently, … Continue reading

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Dads and Daughters

There is much written about the relationship that Dads and Daughters share implicit with information and advice on how to make the most of that relationship and how important it is in helping daughters become women who are strong and … Continue reading

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A Poem For Father’s Day

You’re Dad Your silver hair Your glistening eyes Your candid smile Your wisdom wise Your warmth and love Your support and care Your hand to steady You’re always there Your constancy Your peace, accord Your total love Yourself adored Your … Continue reading

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Parents Working Together

Definitely a step in the right direction.  Reset Parenting fully supports shared parenting that is based on equality and puts the children first.  We believe it is crucial to encourage communication with both parents and understand that the quality of … Continue reading

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