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Unsupportive parents create children that bully

bad parenting

Children with unsupportive parents are not just more likely to bully others, but also more likely to have experienced bullying, finds new research from Nazarbayev University. Mehmet Karakus, Associate Professor from the Nazarbayev University’s Graduate School of Education, and colleagues, explored the relationship between student self-esteem, bullying, and parental support. Participants aged 11 to 17 years old were asked how …

Love yourself

  Love yourself Believe it or not, when resilience is called for it is often those who have self belief and love themselves who are more successful than the talented ones. Self belief often wins over talent. I would say that the majority of my clients do not love themselves. In fact, I would say it’s the exception rather than …

Accepting Your Parent’s Faults

We all have memories from our childhood. Some of us remember more than others and some of us have more bad memories than good. No one ends up with a perfect parent but hopefully, they do their best and we end up fairly balanced and able to take on life, thanks to their wisdom and their wish to do what …