Win a package of brilliant parenting resources

How would you like to win a selection of parenting resources including 3 DVDs entitled Best Relationship with your child, covering childhood from 0-12. The DVDs discuss the science behind childhood brain development and the benefits of You-me games with parent-child bonding. Packed full of new games to play with your child, even the busiest of parents can find useful tips to take from this and fit in moments of connections on even the most busy and stressful days.

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The creator of the DVD’s Dr Margot Sunderland, child psychologist and psychotherapist, Director of Education and Training at the Centre for Child Mental Health is also the author of the highly praised Science of Parenting book and you will get a signed copy of the too.

If you would like to own this lovely resource package simply enter the rafflecopter below.

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  1. Tracy Nixon
    March 11, 2016 / 17:15

    Remember – you are a role model and what you do makes a difference. Your kids are watching you so don’t just react on the spur of the moment but ask yourself, ‘What do I want to accomplish, and is this likely to produce that result?'”

  2. ashleigh allan
    March 11, 2016 / 17:57

    Believe in yourself!

  3. Catherine Whetton
    March 11, 2016 / 18:11

    Be confident in your ability!!

  4. daniel baugh
    March 11, 2016 / 18:25

    Get things done as soon as they arise. Things can pile up very quickly and get out of hand

  5. Sarah Mackay
    March 11, 2016 / 19:01

    Don’t fret the small stuff

  6. tracey ryder
    March 11, 2016 / 19:11

    follow your instinct

  7. rominy colville
    March 11, 2016 / 19:30

    pick your battles

  8. Tammy westrup
    March 11, 2016 / 19:47

    Remember every child is different and just because yours is doing something differently or at a different time to a friends child…that’s ok.

  9. Vicky
    March 11, 2016 / 20:12

    Have fun and play with your children! Don’t let inhibitions or chores get in your way.

  10. Martina Pichova
    March 11, 2016 / 21:40

    Patience – even when it’s the end of a busy and tiring day… and they won’t go sleep…

  11. laura gallant
    March 11, 2016 / 21:49

    trust your instincts

  12. Kim Neville
    March 11, 2016 / 22:50

    It is a learning game and you’ll need to be flexible, adaptable, and patient. It’s going to be tough and follow your heart

  13. Harline parkin
    March 12, 2016 / 08:10

    Make your child feel confident by always praising each good thing they do or achieve

  14. barbara daniels
    March 12, 2016 / 08:15

    be encouraging, non judging or critical, most of all show your child you actually like them as well as thta you love them, spend lots of time together

  15. leanne weir
    March 12, 2016 / 14:05

    trust your instinct

  16. Emma walters
    March 12, 2016 / 16:41

    to listen to your child whatever age šŸ™‚

  17. Hannah Scudder
    March 12, 2016 / 18:19

    Pick your battles and don’t stress the small things.

  18. Karl Borowy
    March 12, 2016 / 19:26


  19. Nikki Hunter-Pike
    March 12, 2016 / 23:04

    try not to say No to your child unless its a definite never going to happen ‘NO’. we use conditional ‘yes’s instead, so if my child asks for something i will say yes but there is a set of things they must first do for what they want to happen,doing this has made the relationship with my children a lot stronger (also it was scary how often i was saying no!)

  20. Ruth Harwood
    March 13, 2016 / 06:39

    teach your children morals and ethics, not just finance and selfish greed šŸ™‚

  21. jayne kelsall
    March 13, 2016 / 11:09

    To be patient and understanding of what your child/children are going through, but also bounderies are impotant:)

  22. Emily Austen
    March 13, 2016 / 11:52

    Never be too proud or scared to ask for help and support!

  23. Hekna
    March 13, 2016 / 22:42

    Remember that if you’re having a struggle or difficulty with your child, you are not alone! Find a local group of mums with children of similar ages. It’s amazing just how great a support network this can be.

  24. rosa marsh
    March 14, 2016 / 15:16

    read everything listen to advice. Then…………go with your instincts

  25. Jo Carroll
    March 14, 2016 / 20:44

    Try to really encourage and praise good social interaction from a very early age. It’s probably one of – if not the most important life skill we can learn to grow up truly confident and healthy. It’s so much harder going through life shy and anxious and today’s ‘techy’ obsessed lifestyle of watching too much tv or burying yourself on social media leads to isolation.

  26. Corinne Peat
    March 15, 2016 / 20:17

    Never compare any two children. They all grow and learn at different rates.

  27. DW
    March 15, 2016 / 22:01

    Be consistent, give them boundaries and plenty of love. Stick to promises and praise them often.

  28. Lorna Ledger
    March 16, 2016 / 18:31

    Don;t sweat the small stuff!!!!

  29. Solange
    March 16, 2016 / 19:27

    Be consistent. If your rules vary from day to day in an unpredictable fashion or if you enforce them only intermittently, your child’s misbehaviour is your fault, not theirs. Your most important disciplinary tool is consistency. Identify your non-negotiables. The more your authority is based on wisdom and not on power, the less your child will challenge it.

  30. Katy Peri
    March 19, 2016 / 21:03

    Do what you feel is right for you and your child. Every child is different

  31. Lisa Wilkinson
    March 20, 2016 / 21:00

    Don’t compare yourself and your child to others

  32. Rich Tyler
    March 21, 2016 / 23:31

    Dont stress, we’ve all been there!

  33. Rebecca Howells (@PeanutHog)
    March 22, 2016 / 12:15

    Patience. Make sure you praise as much as you tell them off.

  34. Anna Brown
    March 22, 2016 / 21:59

    Lots of praise

  35. Sadiyya maryam
    March 22, 2016 / 22:12

    To listen to them and most of all give them your time. Teaching them good manners is also important to me.

  36. Shelley Pratley
    March 22, 2016 / 23:15

    Positivity and lots of praise

  37. Katie Witherington
    March 23, 2016 / 00:30

    trust yourself and dont be afraid to ask

  38. Adrian Bold
    March 23, 2016 / 01:13

    Patience and praise. Don’t forget to make time for yourself.

  39. Lizzy Cooper
    March 23, 2016 / 11:02

    You know your child the best, trust your instincts!

  40. Vicki Nicholls
    March 23, 2016 / 11:53

    People will always have advice for you. Accept it all with a ‘thank you very much’ then pick and choose the bits that suit you best. You don’t have to follow their advice!

  41. Kerry Locke
    March 23, 2016 / 14:31

    You are a Parent .. not a friend. Set Firm Boundaries and routines

  42. Samantha Sugden
    March 23, 2016 / 14:45

    trust your instincts

  43. Leanne Newsome
    March 23, 2016 / 14:52

    Trust your own instincts

  44. carol boffey
    March 23, 2016 / 17:19

    Have a routine

  45. claire little
    March 23, 2016 / 20:45

    trust your instincts

  46. Simone
    March 23, 2016 / 22:41

    expect the unexpected always

  47. Emily Jayne Phipps
    March 24, 2016 / 00:10

    I’d say don’t sweat the small stuff, allow your child to be a child, what you may perceive as naughtiness is a learning experience most of the time! Allow yourself to absorb their amazement with general life, and act child like yourself, it’s very liberating!

  48. Laura Harrison
    March 24, 2016 / 02:50

    Be patient and enjoy the time with your children as they grow up quickly xx

  49. cathyj
    March 24, 2016 / 07:31

    stay calm

  50. Sally Collingwood
    March 24, 2016 / 08:32

    Love, patience and never shout!

  51. kate knight
    March 24, 2016 / 08:51

    talk to your friends for advice

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