We know that we can’t shield our children, because they will hear ‘bad news’… from peers, siblings, online… But how much is too much information? And what is age appropriate?
Our children know about COVID-19, but when they ask questions how much do we say? What is age appropriate? And what about anxious children?
Collett Smart talks about this here.
Collett chats with Laura about all things green and what it does to your body and mind.
What are the recommended hours of sleep for children and teens? Are your kids getting in enough?
Volunteering and ‘active gratitude’ have profound effects on our mental and physical health. Collett talks about these here.
Chores – or ‘family contributions’ – are vital to raising healthy future adults. But what about the complaining? Collett chats about this on Table TV.
Boundaries are essential to healthy relationships and a healthy life. Collett Smart talks to Laura Bennett about setting and maintaining boundaries, for adults and children.
From the time a child can understand language you can teach children the phrase “You are the boss of your body.”
Collett Smart talks to Laura Bennet and recommends resources by Jayneen Sanders.
Psychologist and author Collett Smart talks to Larry and Sally on The Morning Show, about her new parenting book, ‘They’ll be Okay’.
(topics include; talking to kids about p*rnography, consent and choices)
Collett talks about the importance of ALL emotions, their appropriate expression and how experiencing the ‘tough’ emotions can be opportunities to build character.