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We Nurture – because what happens in childhood, doesn’t stay in childhood
Welcome to We Nurture This blog was created as a space to contemplate the bigger picture of what we're doing raising and educating children. The aim is to grow profound confidence and trust in our capacity to nurture the children in our lives with the values we would...
How do I protect a child from sexual abuse?
Tools to protect children Years ago I saw a video by Dr. Burrowes with exactly the same title. It not only gave me a greater insight into how sexual abuse happens but also tools to work with. Since that day I have been applying this in my work with children. In this...
How to help children with the pressure to succeed
Pressure to succeed Children and teens growing up today feel an immense pressure to be successful. I recently read that high schoolers in the Netherlands named “money” as one of their main concerns. They see people live extravagant lives on Instagram and think that if...
What you need to know about sex, gender and sexuality to raise a happy child
For your child's happiness Lots of people wonder what the deal is with all those letters in the LGTBQIA+ acronym. Isn't it a bit exaggerated? Do we really need all those letters? Do we need to box everyone in? Do I need to know what they mean? Why can't boys just be...
What’s wrong with spanking children? It works, doesn’t it?
It depends on your objective It is prohibited by law in many countries. Yet, it still happens regularly: a child who is hit by a parent. “What is the problem? It works, right? ” some wonder. Well, that remains to be seen. Whether it works or not depends on your...
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