Parenting stress can damage child well-being! Children are impacted by how they perceive they are perceived. What can we do to let go our stress and reclaim the joy of parenting?
Child Abuse – something you never want to happen to any young person. A parent’s worst nightmare. What can a parent do when they discover child abuse – here’s how to respond when your child reveals a shocking secret.
Loving the “Stop Yelling” course – unlike any other parenting course I have done. Deeper – more reflective and recognises the individual difference and need for unique solutions for each.
Five useful tips on how to support your upset child. When a child is going through a difficult time, it’s hard for a parent to know how to help. Parenting advice by author Val Mullally
Here is how to stop the mind spin, how to stress less and enjoy Christmas. How we think about the situation can add to our stress or diminish it. Blog post by Val Mullally: automatic negative thoughts and how to change them to change your feelings, which change your behaviour and can create happier outcomes at Christmas
I have been reaching out to Val for Parenting advice the past 4 years now and her philosophy and her work just never fails to get me back on track again.
Every parent remembers those sleepless nights with a sick child. When you are so tired all you want to do is sleep – but when your child isn’t well he NEEDS you!
Here is a beautiful reflection
“As children, my sister and I were so jealous of each other,” said Claire, as we sipped our lattes. “I thought my sister was so much more beautiful than me.” I raised my eyebrow. In my mind how could my friend not have seen her beauty. Claire has a fair complexion, smooth blond hair and […]
Whether your child is acting shy, or acting out, very often the underlying issue is self esteem. Now available four helpful blogs on Building Your Child’s Self Esteem by Parenting Expert Val Mullally .
Join Parenting Expert Val Mullally in Moville this weekend.
Fri 4 Nov 7:30 – 9 pm ‘Meeting Your Child’s Deepest Emotional Needs’
Sat 5 Nov ‘Responding to Children’s Challenging Behaviour’