The dark side of social media

Social media is a fact of life for a huge percentage of the population over about 12 years of age. For the younger generation(s) it’s the rare introvert who doesn’t have at least a Facebook identity, and probably accounts with several other networks. This intercommunication is wonderful in some ways but extremely hazardous in others, […]

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Bullying stifles kids dreams

According to the latest figures from the ABA, Anti-Bullying Alliance, over 90% of children say they have either been bullied themselves, or seen other being bullied, for being talented or intelligent. The ABA is hosted by the NCB, National Children’s Bureau, and the research has been released to tie in with the start of Anti-Bullying […]

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Easing the stress that divorce has on children

Divorce is a stressful time for everyone involved and this especially applies to any children involved. It can have long-reaching effects on a child, even into adulthood. With roughly half of UK marriages ending in divorce, there are many children, both younger children and teenagers, going through the trauma that this can bring. Whatever age […]

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