Last week Thursday at this time I was sitting at the Randburg Magistrates Court freezing my butt having just been handed the final decree of my divorce.
There are so many dimensions to being a parent – nanny, teacher, cook and cleaner, wardrobe buyer, shoe-lace tie’er, nurse and friend and “go get’em” motivator. We are warriors!
The ability to face even the darkest and most unimaginable lives deep within us all.
Here’s what you need to know about changing your personal information with home affairs.
Introducing technology into the classroom is important, but teachers need proper support.
Big worries can feel scary and confusing. Sometimes a little worry can feel like a big one too.

Is your child addicted to screens? Here’s what you can do about it

Luke’s parents gave him a cell phone last year for his 10th birthday. Since then, the amount of time he spends playing video games on and off his phone has increased.

Banning mobile phones in schools: beneficial or risky? Here’s what the evidence says

The research around the benefits and risks of mobile phone use in classrooms is mixed.

A guide for parents and teachers: what to do if your teenager watches violent footage

The world was reeling in the aftermath of the horrific shootings in Christchurch. The attack has also raised a number of side issues, including the ethics of broadcasting the live stream of the attack, which was later shared on other platforms.

What type of relationship should I have with my co-parent now we’re divorced?

The relationship might be over but the parenting isn’t.

How to co-parent after divorce

Some level of communication between ex-partners is needed when parenting together.

How to tell your child you’re getting divorced

What you tell your children about your impending divorce should depend on their age.

Watch: Ndlovu Youth Choir make it to LIVE rounds with Waka Waka!!!

The Ndlovu Youth Choir have become a global sensation… and have just made it to the LIVE rounds of America’s Got Talent with their inspiring take on “Waka Waka”!

How will my divorce affect my kids?

Conflict, and not the separation itself, is a greater predictor of how children will fare post-divorce.

Matrics: a past paper a week keeps your finals results on fleek

The moment of truth has arrived for this year’s Grade 12s.

Nearly 30% of kids experience sibling bullying – as either bully or victim

Bullying among siblings isn’t the same as teasing and occasional sibling spats

Group punishment doesn’t fix behaviour – it just makes kids hate school

Teachers still sometimes punish a whole class for the behaviour of one student.

High Court judgment still leaves donor-conceived families in limbo about who is a legal parent

This decision opens up any number of possibilities. It will be important for families and donors to be aware of the legal risks early contact may involve.

Parenting practices around the world are diverse and not all about attachment

Most parents would agree that parenting is extremely complex and challenging. What works for one child, might not work for another – even within the same family.

Baby Archie’s christening is just too beautiful

Meghan and Harry have released official photos of their son’s christening.




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