Helping teens manage online technology safely and wisely is often a tough task for parents and carers. But it can be navigated
How parents and teens are learning to navigate the risks of life online
Fast-changing technology and the ways to manage its impact are of great concern for parents. But helping your children develop their skills is a more constructive approach than strict rules and outright bans, says Jocelyn Brewer Assoc MAPS.
For Olympian Libby Trickett, regular mental health checks have been her secret weapon - in the water and out
For fans, sports can deliver your highest highs – and your lowest lows. Here is how to stay upbeat through the ups and downs of your sporting life
Beware rumination: it interferes with our ability to feel empathy for others
The incidence of parents delaying the start to school has doubled. Why are they making this choice?
Some mental health professionals believe that 'psychosis spectrum disorder' is a better description of a problem that has for too long been written off as untreatable
There are a number of ways to reduce levels of tension and make way for a smoother postnatal experience
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran recently announced he had quit Twitter because he was sick of internet trolls. While this high-profile example shows the effects of antisocial online behaviour, it hides an alarming statistic. In one online poll over a quarter of Americans admitted to having engaged in trolling at some point. Now new research into the…