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Understand Development

Sometimes our expectations for our children can be a little high. When we don’t understand their development we can become frustrated at them for doing what is entirely normal. For example, did you know on average, children don’t regulate their emotions competently until around 7 or 8 years old? So getting cranky at your 5

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Be an Example

The example you set may be a critical determinant of your children’s resilience and positivity. That’s because our children grow to be just like us. If we’re tall, they’ll likely be tall. If we have blue eyes, they will potentially inherit those. That’s how nature works. But nature only accounts for part of the story.

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Childhood Cancer Death Rates drop

Australian childhood cancer death rates have dropped significantly over a decade, new Cancer Council Queensland research shows. The CCQ study*, published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, examined Australian childhood cancer mortality trends between 1998 and 2008. The study found significant decreases in childhood cancer death rates in the 11-year period surveyed, with the largest drops

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