When the going gets tough – helping bright kids overcome fear of imperfection/failing

Learning to learn – PART 1 (link with Abigails post Creativity and Learning to Embrace Mistakes) Including the ‘value of […]

How to learn to be a good loser during lockdown

Including ‘Happy Families’ one of the tools within the Multilevel Emotion Regulation Theory (MERT)  developed by Simone de Hoogh. While […]

How to side-step an argument

One of the most unsettling issues within families can be argumentative talk. If we have children that are really good […]

Words are just Words (strategy)

Words are just words is one of the strategies used in the Multilevel Emotion Regulation Theory (MERT)  developed by Simone de […]

Our Kind Voice (Tool)

Most of our negative or what I prefer to call not-helpful thoughts derive from what our parents or the other […]

I was scared of my son

I was hostage to my fear of sparking a violent emotional outburst. It’s natural to want our children to be […]

When we are lost and how to repair connections

Or all about ‘Glitching’ a concept within the Multilevel Emotion Regulation Theory – MERT “After a fight we cuddled. My […]

A strength or weakness? – Imaginational OE

Including the ‘Happy Place’ tool and the ‘Two wolves – a Cherokee legend’ as a strategy within the Multilevel Emotion […]

How the PowerBook helps you thrive

Tool within the Multilevel Emotion Regulation Theory – MERT Improve emotional resilience The PowerBook is a tool that will help […]