Whether your child is leaving home or just starting a new job or course, here are some useful parenting tips to help you support their big move.
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Break your routines by adding a little fun to home life with your teen. You might have gone from being the sort-it mum who does everything for your child to being a bystander as your teenager goes his or her own way, but you can still create good times for your teenager.
Once your daughter hits her teens, her body will go through many changes. Getting her first period is one of them and we’ve put together a list of questions and answers to make things easier for both of you.
Have you taught your teen these key life skills?
You probably don’t want to think about your ‘baby’ flying the nest but it’s a good idea to make sure that when the time does come, he’s got what it takes to live as an independent adult.
Inspired ideas to keep older kids and teenagers happy… and busy!
Whether your teen is at university or still living at home, here are some simple tips to help keep them safe and sound on nights out without spoiling their fun
It’s a big step for them and an emotional one for you. But The Everyday Effect can help you feel close even when they’re far from home.
If your son* or daughter* has dreamt of a career in fashion, then read on! Venus has joined forces with industry leaders and experts to launch the Venus Fashion Goddess Programme.
Try these small ways to support your children through key stage tests and major exams