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How to Teach Your Kids to Use Inclusive Language

Making sure children have the right words to express themselves and respect the identities of others is a priority now more than ever.

Expert tips for raising body-positive kids

We spoke to four experts about how to best help kids learn to love themselves. (And if you could use a confidence boost, take a cue from these parents.)

From childhood to adulthood: The origins of mental health struggles

Aussie-based Professor Mark Dadds (yep, his real name!) is the mastermind behind Movember’s Family Man a new online tool aimed at helping parents (especially dads) master the art of parenting. He’s spent decades researching parenting techniques and after working with hundreds of parents through the years, Mark knows a thing...

Helping Children With Physical Disabilities Stay Active

It's a great idea to encourage children to be active as research shows that activity can greatly benefit kids’ physical and mental health. We have expert tips for helping your child stay active.

Common Mental Health Concerns

Mental health issues and illnesses in children are no longer the taboo topics they were decades ago. Instead, we know kids’ brains, emotions and behaviours are just as important as what’s happening with the rest of their development.

The Way You Talk To Your Child Can Improve Development

From reading together to prompting conversations with engaging questions, you're building your child's brain and helping their development.

Three-Minute Meditation: Practicing Gratitude

This gratitude practice allows the brain to find the positive and gives us the edge we need to live happier, more peaceful lives. It has been shown to increase our dopamine (motivation), serotonin (happy) and oxytocin (love) hormones.

Common pregnancy anxieties answered

Pregnant women are plagued by worry. Here, we address some of those common concerns.

One-Minute Meditation: Easy Breathing Techniques

Breathing is something we do on average 20,000 times per day. We do it without thinking (our bodies are truly amazing!). But how often do we really stop to check on how well we’re breathing?

Back-to-School Jitters: Shyness or Anxiety?

Going back to school is exciting for many kids, but for others, just thinking about school can trigger social anxiety.

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