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Warm Parenting Helps 'Callous or Unemotional' Children

In this video from Mornings at Channel 9, Yvette Vignando on the parenting panel with Dannielle Miller and Tracey Spicer talking about research lead by Dr David Hawes from the University of Sydney about the kind of warm and positive parenting that can help children with what is known as "callous and unemotional" (CU) traits. Also discussed: parents who are in a dispute over their child and a father has been ordered to stop weighing his daughter as it affects her self esteem. Read full article

Parenting Difficult or Tricky Kids

<a href="/articles/parenting-difficult-or-tricky-kids">Parenting Difficult or Tricky Kids</a>

Do you regularly get into endless debates with your child? Or, do you often feel emotionally blackmailed? Is your child extremely competitive? Is she a risk taker? Is he a master negotiator? Verity Leatherdale shares expertise from Andrew Fuller, author of 'Tricky Kids'. Read full article

Interview with Andrew Fuller, Author of Tricky Kids

<a href="/articles/interview-with-andrew-fuller-author-of-tricky-kids">Interview with Andrew Fuller, Author of Tricky Kids</a>

In this comprehensive interview, clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller, provides rich and wise information about how parents can get the best from a challenging, difficult or tricky child. The discussion covers teenagers breaking patterns, self esteem and reminding children they are loved. Read full article