Building confidence in children is vital for their development. Doing so during the COVID-19 crisis, however, comes with challenges as parents are working from home while homeschooling and children’s other emotional needs may take priority.
I have been framing images again, this time in support of an important cause. This picture of a framed heart is one I took in support of the #SpreadFactsNotFear campaign that’s been organised by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Crescent (IFRC).
Over recent weeks I think we have all faced various challenges dealing with the lockdown prompted by Coronavirus. I am delighted today to welcome psychotherapist and mental health specialist Noel McDermott back to Dadbloguk to talk about dads’ and men’s mental health during lockdown.
Mums and dads are presently doing their best to work from home while also teaching their children. Parents are having to think about both online safety and homeschooling at the same time. This presents some major challenges so I’m delighted that David Emm, Principal Researcher at cybersecurity specialist Kaspersky has given me his tips for
I’ve written a lot over recent weeks about the impact of Coronavirus on my family’s life. For this blog post I thought I’d take a look at the future and have a go at making some predictions for life after lockdown. Only thing is, I couldn’t take this task too seriously.