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Lockdown life: Reasons to be cheerful?

While some families are struggling during the coronavirus lockdown, many others are enjoying the extra time spent together, the slower pace of life and getting to know each other better

To the Point - Degrees of attachment

Whenever there is a discussion about children's emotional wellbeing, the desire that all children should have a 'secure attachment' with their parents and key people is usually stated. This desire is well-meant; it is also misguided.

A unique child: Resilience: Staying strong

Early years practitioners can do much to help children living amid domestic violence to develop resilience and see that there are other ways for people to relate to each other, writes Karen Stephens.

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