How to fight like a grown Up

Written by Joanna Kleovoulou, Clinical Psychologist, PsychMatters Centre, written for Living & Loving Magazine. As parents we often lose sight of the wonderment and joy in what our baby brings. The toll that sleep deprivation, co-ordinating feeding times,...

Aware Parenting / Alternative forms of discipline

Is time-out not working for your child? We take a closer look at why children misbehave and discuss various discipline techniques that might work for you. Were you spanked as a form of discipline when you were a child? I’m not talking about abusive hitting, but rather...

Putting on the baby brakes

WRITTEN BY: Gillian Klawansky, contribution by Joanna Kleovoulou, Clinical Psychologist, PsychMatters Centre. Taken from Destiny Love Notes January 2014 Putting On The Baby Brakes Gushing over kids in the hypermarket and shedding tears during nappy adverts? Face it:...

Change, courage and choices

The pivotal C’s of weight loss By Natasha Liviero. Taken from Weigh-Less Magazine Sep/Oct Anyone who thinks losing weight is easy probably never tried! But, the one thing we know for sure at Weigh-Less is that it can be done. Here, we pave the road to success by...

First Aid & Basic Childcare

Facilitator:  Leeann Holdsworth, teacher and mother Being responsible for the care and survival of your baby can be very overwhelming for first time parents & caretakers. Would you like to empower yourself to be equipped with skills to deal with basic and...

What they really think… about your wobbly bits!

By Natasha Liviero Mostly, we focus on our perceived faults. Ask any women and she’ll list at least five things she would change about her body in a heartbeat. But, things are not always as they seem. We investigate further to reveal surprisingly positive...

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