Conduct Disorder

Conduct Disorder

Conduct Disorder Conduct disorder is a serious behavioural and emotional disorder that can occur in children and teens. A child with this disorder may display a pattern of disruptive/violent behaviour and have difficulty following rules. It is more common in boys than in girls and 

Preparing For The Newborn Bubble

Preparing For The Newborn Bubble

When you are pregnant there can be so much focus surrounding the actual pregnancy. You will be thinking about how you feel, looking at what you eat and monitoring every movement. Shopping for those newborn essentials and getting yourself ready for the impending arrival of 

How your childhood affects you forever

How your childhood affects you forever

Your childhood affects you forever – have you ever given this much thought? Not many people do. Your childhood explains a lot about you. If you find that you tend to end up in the same relationship patterns, your childhood might be to blame. Parents 

Negative effects of movies on children

Negative effects of movies on children

“TV repeatedly triggers our orienting response—the instinctive reaction to pay attention to any sudden, changing, or novel stimulus. This orienting response evolved in the species because it helps us identify potential threats and react to them. Media producers use features such as edits, cuts, zooms, 

Tips to Help You Feel Like Yourself During Postpartum

Tips to Help You Feel Like Yourself During Postpartum

When the family introduces a new family member into the picture, it’s a special time for everyone involved. In addition to making room for the new baby, most new parents feel the range of emotions: anxiety, joy, and excitement.  However, the most resounding feeling is 

How to Document Your Child’s Birth During Quarantine

How to Document Your Child’s Birth During Quarantine

Childbirth during quarantine is very different; some folks are considering home births while others do their best to reduce the number of people around during the event. Still, one thing that hasn’t change is the desire you have as a parent to document the moment, and the 

Maternal Mental health week

Maternal Mental health week

The Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA) is a charity and coalition of UK organisations with a vision to see all women across the UK get consistent, accessible and quality care and support for their mental health during pregnancy and in the year after giving birth. 

Feeling Like Yourself Again After Having A Baby

Feeling Like Yourself Again After Having A Baby

Getting pregnant and having a baby is one of those things that can really change you as a person. You take on a new identity of mum, and it can often be a very overwhelming time. Of course, you feel happy and excited about the 

Six Things You Need To Know About Your Walking Toddler

Six Things You Need To Know About Your Walking Toddler

Here is one thing that every parent understands, it’s the excitement that comes with every milestone of the first year of being a parent. Every single new thing that your child does becomes the new “best thing in the world” and you eagerly and happily 

Children with Autism Can ‘Put Themselves Into Other People’s Shoes

Children with Autism Can ‘Put Themselves Into Other People’s Shoes

A common myth that exists about children with autism spectrum disorder is that they are unable to show empathy (the ability to feel along with others) or sympathy (the ability to feel for others). While this may be true for some children on the autism