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Managing Shared Parenting during COVID-19

Managing a shared parenting arrangement can be difficult at the best of times, add in the difficulties and anxieties that come with the coronavirus...

The school of hope

Fifteen-year-old Joanne Blake was wagging school more than attending it, she was mixing with the wrong crowd, selling drugs and in constant fear of...

Principals concern for growing anxiety

Rising rate of student anxiety requires broad approach, says principals association president.

The subtle signs you need to watch for in your teen

Extreme fear? Poor memory? Avoiding difficult situations? Can't sleep? Always nervous? You might have something to worry about. Though no one likes to think about...

Generation Anxiety

How to help your child through the anxiety of starting secondary school. Starting secondary school is different for each child. Change has a strange electric...

Fighting fire anxiety

In the past week, NSW has seen some of the worst bushfires in recorded history. The NSW Rural Firefighting Service has warned us that...

Gratitude is the only attitude

Gratitude is a virtue that has received a lot of attention from researchers in the past decade or thereabouts. It seems as though the most...

Asking teachers are you Ok?

We all know that mental health is one of the biggest issues facing young Australians, with ABS statistics finding that one in six Australians...

New hope for body image disorders

ACU researchers discovered that a single dose of the ‘love hormone’, oxytocin, can help cure sufferers.

Surviving the loss of a child

By Angela Grieve People often ask me how I get out of bed every day after losing Regan and I guess the answer is that...

Call for more action in preventing Indigenous youth suicide

Bishops issue statement for organisations to better support communities affected by suicide Australia’s Catholic bishops have issued a stirring call for action to prevent youth...

Sending the right message

Something big is happening to our kids In a 2018 survey half of the parents questioned believed that smart phone usage negatively affected their child’s...
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