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RINGLEADERS AND SIDEKICKS

<a href="/parenting-resources/boys/ringleaders-and-sidekicks">RINGLEADERS AND SIDEKICKS</a>

Book: Ringleaders and Sidekicks by Rosalind Wiseman. When Rosalind Wiseman published her bestseller 'Queen Bees and Wannabes' in 2001, it fundamentally changed the way that parents, educators and the media looked at the impact of girls' social dynamics and created a road map for girls to develop better relationships and higher self-esteem. Now Rosalind turns her attention to the tricky terrain of Boy World. Read full article

Missing the Moments– Feeling Sentimental As Children Grow Up

<a href="/blogs/benisonoreilly/2013/08/05/missing-the-moments%E2%80%93-feeling-sentimental-as-children-grow-up">Missing the Moments– Feeling Sentimental As Children Grow Up</a>

A couple of months ago I attended a performance of Joanna Murray-Smith’s new play, Fury. At one stage the central female character, Alice, comments that it’s often best we don’t know when it’s the last occasion of anything. I can’t remember her exact words, but I do remember the example she quoted: the last time her (now rebellious) teenage son and only child had shared a bed with his mum and dad in the morning. As parents we know this particular ‘last time’ must come for a whole variety of reasons, but I can’t help looking back on those (now past) years of morning cuddles with a twinge of sadness. Read full article