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How to tell your child you have HIV
How to tell your child you have HIV
Nokuthula* called her eldest daughter into her bedroom.
This country figured out how to stop teen substance abuse, so why has no one else?
This country figured out how to stop teen substance abuse, so why has no one else?
It’s a little before three on a sunny Friday afternoon and Laugardalur Park, near central Reykjavik, looks practically deserted. There’s an...
[Video]Why you should play with your children
[Video]Why you should play with your children
Playtime isn't just about fun and games - find out why it's an important part of young children's development.
​Parenting 101 as presented by the sugar-rush kids
​Parenting 101 as presented by the sugar-rush kids
THE FIFTH COLUMNWhen a family member asked me to look after her kids for a day, I jumped at the opportunity. I had been wondering whether I...
A lesson in breaking the rules
A lesson in breaking the rules
More than once I’ve walked into our TV room at home to find my husband trying to get our son to do the New Zealand rugby haka with him (the...
Parenting: why one size doesn't fit all
Parenting: why one size doesn't fit all
There are a few established “rules” for being a good parent. Praise your children for their achievements, big or small. Be warm and happy when...
CES 2015: Now for a smart bed for kids
CES 2015: Now for a smart bed for kids
At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas last week, Sleep Number, which describes itself as a “sleep...
When should your kid get a cellphone?
When should your kid get a cellphone?
The single most common "official" reason for parents giving a child a cellphone is for safety and security. The most common unofficial...
Fatherhood's a struggle for the fatherless
Fatherhood's a struggle for the fatherless
Every morning, when I wake up, I write a text message to my 19-year-old daughter, Sbonganjalo, saying: "I love you nana, I miss you, I adore...
Drunks make themselves at home
Drunks make themselves at home
According to a new United Kingdom-wide survey conducted by the charity Drinkaware, 46% of 10 to 14-year-olds have seen their parents drunk....

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