Girlhood relationships are so important, yet they can be both wonderful and awful in the same week. Friendship fallouts hurt, but tweens and teens need to know that arguing doesn’t have to be the end of the friendship. Developmentally, some squabbling is vital because
Welcome to my ‘Wellbeing with Collett’ videos.
I have a weekly segment on Sunday mornings on Channel 7, as the resident psychologist for Mums At the Table. You can see more of these videos over on my You Tube Channel.
What the studies discovered is that kids who were expected to participate in doing chores developed a stronger work ethic, and a strong work ethic leads to success in…
Although family meal time on its own is not a magic bullet for emotional health, evidence suggests that teens who take part in family meals display less delinquency, greater academic achievement, improved wellbeing…
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