Topic “teenager”

The future is digital, get your children ready

How do we prepare our children for a future we can’t predict? And careers we can’t even imagine? Here’s what you can do to get your children ready for Industry 4.0.
Child magazine
We live in a digitally disrupted world – where a tweet can tank an economy, where currencies are losing their value; where our digital footprints lead to our front door; and where climate is changing the financial landscape. The world as we know it has changed and nowhere more than in business, banking and money. This is the new frontier.

dealing with conflict and the strong-willed child

Learn to handle conflict, inspire empathy and recognise teachable moments in your home
Tamsyn Cornelius
Let’s face it, raising a strong-willed child has its challenges. Constantly butting heads with a mini version of yourself, may leave you feeling a little out of your depth and under strain. Take a seat. We’re here to help.

what to do if your child is depressed

Growing up can be an emotional rollercoaster for young people as they navigate through the highs and lows of school, friendships, puberty and other adolescent milestones.
Dr Hayley van Zwanenberg
While it’s normal for tweens and teenagers to feel sad from time to time, depression causes such intense low moods that they impact on a young person’s ability to do normal everyday tasks and enjoy activities and hobbies that were once important to them.

Talking to Teenagers About Money Matters: A Must for their Financial Futures

Find out why it is essential to talk to and educate children about money matters.
Child Magazine

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