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Parenting through the Barrage of Conflicting Information

By |2018-08-30T21:20:11+10:00July 31st, 2017|Editorial|

A huge theme this month has been all the 'conflicting information' we encounter as parents.  Over and over again there has been glaring examples of how much our parenting stress amps-up when we try and navigate these mixed messages. It came up big-time in last week's conversations when the theme was 'picky eating', as well [...]

The Glorification of Busy

By |2018-08-30T21:20:32+10:00June 30th, 2017|Editorial|

A theme in my world this month has been the juggle parents have of doing all that they have committed to, AND providing their children (and themselves) the time it takes to tune in. Maybe it is on my radar because jumping through the required hoops of the Love Parenting setup phase while dealing with [...]

Using Ritual in Our Families

By |2018-08-30T21:20:49+10:00May 10th, 2017|Editorial|

Already in our families we use ritual every single day without even thinking about it...to celebrate, teach, and create a sense of belonging and safety. Maybe it is that we use a night time routine to let our child know what is coming next so they feel secure(and are then less likely to get up [...]

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Separation Anxiety

By |2018-08-30T21:21:20+10:00May 10th, 2017|Editorial|

Separating from your child when one, or both, of you is feeling rattled is so taxing. In this Love Parenting 'Take 5' video I invite you to look at the situation of separating while it is not happening (always more useful) and contemplate what you and your child when that happens. It often feels that [...]

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Welcome to the Love Parenting blog

By |2018-08-30T21:21:28+10:00January 18th, 2017|Editorial|

Love Parenting provides information and support to link into useful services and resources. It's also a space to stir up conversations on what works in parenting and why. Having worked with families for over 10 years, Founding director of Love Parenting – Mel Burgess, realised that what is most useful for parents is a fellow [...]