The brainchild of Californian dad Jordan Tetrick, the ‘Dear June’ app is a simple, minimalistic place where parents can post to their children.
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A common form of online stranger-danger is catfishing – whereby a real person creates a fake persona to connect with others. Here are five tell-tale signs to help your kids spot one.
Kyle Litteral says his wife isn’t the same woman he married now that she’s a mum first and foremost, but she’s changed for the better.
Family Foundations – a Victorian Government-funded program – helps new parents work together to manage the ups and downs of raising children.
It’s not until the end of the day, once his kids are down, that stay-at-home dad and writer Andrew Knott realises just how much “living” his kids do each day.
Karen Cantwell, CEO of iStaySafe, developers of the TicTocTrack safety smartwatch, shares three cybersafety tips to help shield your child from things like ‘the Momo challenge’.
Californian family coach Sean Donohue has had 20 years of asking teens, “what’s your dad like?” Here are his top four top things you want your teenager to say about you!
Dad-blogger Si Wood says the culture of single mums voicing poisoned views on men is impacting those most vulnerable: their children.
All children require care and nurturing, but the amount required can be double or even triple for a child with special needs. Where does that leave the siblings of special-needs kids?
Freelance writer and mum Kelsey Zander, whose home state of Oregon (USA) legalised marijuana in 2015, offers tips for educating children on the responsible use of cannabis.