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7 Tips To Help Your Teen Eat Well

How Can I Help My Teen Have A Healthy Relationship With Food? BY AMANDA HALE There is so much in the media about diet and body image, and teenage girls are constantly bombarded with images of unhealthy and underweight models they aspire to look like. On the flipside, child and adolescent obesity is also becoming […]

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People Pleasing: Why It’s Important To Learn To Say No

Do You Have The Need To Please? BY DR SARAH HUGHES Being a kind, caring, and compassionate person is admirable. Being someone who sacrifices their own time to help others, even more so, but not all acts of kindness are the same. Help someone because you want to and because you can without it putting […]

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Why Are We So Judgemental?

Why Do Women Feel The Need To Judge Other Women? BY DR SARAH HUGHES Last week the Sunday Telegraph published an article by Ros Reines. In the article Ros accused mummy bloggers of being self-indulgent and, in a not so subtle way, made it clear that she has very little respect for the “waffle” of […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Child Beat Their Phobia

What Can I Do To Help My Child Overcome Their Phobia? BY DR SARAH HUGHES Most kids have childhood fears that fade over time, but some kids develop phobias that persist or even worsen with development.  Kids can develop phobias of any object or situation, but common phobias relate to loud noises, costumed characters, animals, […]

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6 Tips For Coping With Infertility

Why Can’t I Fall Pregnant? BY DR SARAH HUGHES We spend our early adult years praying we won’t fall pregnant.  Earlier warnings delivered by parents and teachers create the illusion that falling pregnant is pretty much a given unless you’re vigilant with birth control.  As you start to plan for pregnancy, thinking through and weighing […]

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