Staying connected with family After moving abroad, everything changes – and sometimes, even family dynamics do, too. After settling in, some families grow closer, others further apart. We
Negotiating the minefield of teen angst [x_pullquote type=”left”]A teenager is a young person in a transitional life phase – and you’re adding another transitional life phase on top
Home educating at KS4 [x_blockquote cite=”” type=”center”]Key Stage 4 is the legal term for the two years of school education which incorporate GCSEs, and other exams, in maintained
Unaccompanied children If you need to put your child on a flight on their own it can be a lot more stressful for you than for them. Your
Maintaining a strong parent-teen relationship abroad Why did you choose to move abroad? There might be many reasons, but ultimately you were most likely, in one form or
How to help your teenager relocate overseas Being a teenager can be wonderful and testing at the same time. Being an expat teenager can bring additional blessings and
A mother’s love This is for all expatriates who are struggling as they parent a teen in trauma. It doesn’t matter that statistics quote 25% of teenagers self-harm.
Advice for parents of teens who self harm What helps us as parents live through a teen trauma and crisis journey? Here’s what I learned: 1. Don’t isolate