Empowering Parents - A Resource Guide

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Summer Camps Are Beneficial To Children
After a school year of stress and frustrations caused by the recent pandemic, a summer camp can help children in many ways.

A well organised summer camp can help to develop social, emotional and cognitive skills in children while they are learning new things and having fun,


Our summer camp guide offers some of the best summer camps for children and we encourage you to use the guide and choose a great experience for your child this summer.   Here is our Summer Camp guide.

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Helping Children Face Sadness

When our children hurt, we hurt. No one wants to see their child facing sadness.  


Parents are often moved to fix their child’s unpleasant emotions immediately by almost any means necessary


We are much more comfortable when our children are happy, and so we try our best to keep them that way. However, when we move them along out of their sadness too quickly, we actually can do more harm than good according to author and parent educator, Bridgett Miller.                                Continue Reading

Every Mother Should Hear This

The Problem that has no name but there is a solution for that problem.

Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, Doctor of Psychology, shares what mothers need in their lives in order to experience happiness and help prevent loneliness and depression.


The power of social connection and friendships will be explored as a key component to a mother’s well being and quality of life.   The video on the left is a good listen for all mums.

Let Your Child Take Some Risks
This guy in the video on the left sounds a bit crazy and he refers a lot to the USA but the information applies any where.

Think about what he is saying and then think about how you protect your child from everything.  Even something like learning to swim for some parents presents fear of the child drowning. 

I am not saying to let your child lick the battery, but give them the chance to learn by taking risk and avoid the fear mongering.