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Articles from Dove Self-Esteem Project

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  • Health and wellbeing

    Men are big and strong and women are slender and delicate, right? Well, no, in fact - these stereotypes aren’t borne out by scientific evidence.

  • Health and wellbeing

     A YouGov survey for the Foundation found that almost one in four 18-24-year-olds say reality television shows make them ashamed of their own appearance. In more than a third of viewers, this led to feelings of anxiety and depression.

  • Health and wellbeing

    It’s easy for young people to overlook the many ways in which online images may be fake - so it’s important to talk to them about why people filter their lives in this way, and what effect it’s likely to have.

  • Health and wellbeing

    Your biddable child has turned into a temperamental teen - someone who doesn’t tell you what’s going on - and who, when you try to talk to them, rejects what you have to say. It’s easy to feel they might as well be living on a distant planet for all the sense you’re making to one another.

  • Health and wellbeing

    Families tease each other all the time. Banter is part of the way we bond. But when banter and teasing focus on appearance, we don’t always realise the effect it can have on the self-esteem of children.

  • Health and wellbeing

    We all have doubts about the way we look from time to time - children and adults alike. But sometimes these niggling doubts can develop into serious and lasting low self-esteem.

  • Health and wellbeing

    Airbrushed, edited online images can give young people an unrealistic idea of how they ought to look. As a result, teenagers may diet in an effort to look more like the pictures of celebs and influencers that they see online.

  • Health and wellbeing

    Exercise is a great way to stay healthy, improve mental wellbeing and learn new skills. Whether it’s a simple jog or being on the school netball team, it’s all worth it. Research has shown that taking up a sport or exercising regularly can help boost self-esteem, relieve stress and prevent mood swings. 

Articles from Daughters of Eve

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Articles from Priory Group

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  • Health and wellbeing

    Dr Hayley Van Zwanenberg, a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist at Priory Wellbeing Centre Oxford, offers advice on how to help your child understand anxious feelings.

  • Games, apps and tech

    Exam season can be a stressful time. The Priory Group, a provider of mental health treatment and therapy for young people, looks at ways in which technology could be used during revision

Articles from Home Office Disrespect NoBody campaign

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Articles from Nightingale Hospital

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Articles from Stroke Association

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Articles from First News

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  • Parenting

    What is fake news and how can you help  your child spot it? Nicky Cox, editor in chief of First News, offers advice for parents

Articles from National Cyber Crime Unit

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Articles from Connecting With People

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  • Health and wellbeing

    ​There has been substantial media coverage of the Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why. The drama has been accused of inaccurately portraying, or even glamourising, suicide. Dr Alys Cole-King Clinical Director, of the Social Enterprise Connecting with People, and Dr Stan Kutcher, Sun Life Financial Chair in Adolescent Mental Health, offer advice to parents on talking to their children about the programme and its difficult subject matter

Articles from The Mix

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Articles from ASH

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Articles from BulliesOut

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  • Health and wellbeing

    How to deal with roasting: the cyberbullying craze that can have a profound effect on its victims

Articles from Happy Steps

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Articles from Extreme Dialogue

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Articles from My Kid Is Gay

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Articles from Ditch the Label

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Articles from Ofcom

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Articles from Childcare

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Articles from Turn2us

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Articles from Victim Support

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Articles from Respect Me

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Articles from Mindfulness in Schools Project

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  • Health and wellbeing

    Schools are turning to mindfulness as a way of helping pupils relax, concentrate, and avoid distractions. But what is it – and could it help your child?

Articles from Parent Zone, Priory

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Articles from Alcohol Education Trust

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  • Health and wellbeing

    Why is it important to talk to your child about drinking before they're 13? The Alcohol Education Trust explains, and shares their tips for age-appropriate discussions

Articles from PSA

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  • Parenting

    Parents sometimes end up paying unexpectedly large phone bills and don’t know why. The Phone-pay Services Authority explains what to look out for when giving your child a mobile device…

Articles from Video Standards Council

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Articles from BBFC

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Articles from Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)

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Articles from Contact

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Articles from Mentor UK, Frank

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  • Health and wellbeing

    Laughing gas: a parent’s guide

  • Health and wellbeing

    LSD is one of the most famous hallucinogenic drugs. Recently, there has been an increase of 175% in the number of 16-to-24-year-olds admitting to using it

  • Health and wellbeing

    Ecstasy use is on the rise among young people. What should parents know about the drug

  • Health and wellbeing

    Ecstasy and LSD use among 16-24-year-olds has increased by 84% and 175% respectively in the past year. Overall drug use has remained constant – so why are these two gaining popularity with young people?

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