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  • Talking to Your Child About Peer Pressure
    Talking to Your Child About Peer Pressure

    As your children get older, it’s natural for them to start to feel more pressure about what their friends think and how others perceive them. Even though your child can feel pressure in good ways, such as trying a new sport or learning how to play a new ...

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  • Should Your Child Take a Gap Year Before University?
    Should Your Child Take a Gap Year Before University?

    Taking a gap year can be an extremely enriching and transformative experience for students. However, for many parents a gap year can be worrying and spark concerns that university will get put on hold for years or that degrees won’t be completed. Even ...

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  • Techniques to Improve Your Productivity
    Techniques to Improve Your Productivity

    As a student, you have lots to do and what can feel like not enough time. As well as achieving good grades, socialising and having family time, it’s important that your study time is as productive as possible. Here’s some techniques to improve your ...

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  • Empowering Your Teen to Become Financially Independent
    Empowering Your Teen to Become Financially Independent

    Every parent wants their kids to become financially independent, yet it’s easy to forget being smart with money isn’t taught at school. Without basic knowledge of earning, spending, saving and how to live modestly it can be easy to make bad financial ...

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