NLP4Kids Blog


Nov 1 2022

Sometimes when we’re busy having our own experiences and feelings about what’s going on in the world, we assume that we know what’s going on for others too. This is an easy mistake to make when it comes to dealing with children and young people. Sometimes, they might[…]

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Oct 24 2022

  Sometimes what looks or feels like bullying might be a one-off event and it’s important that we don’t get too carried away too quickly into calling someone a bully. In this video, we’ll explore what really is bullying and what may not be.  You’ll also learn what[…]

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Oct 24 2022

Whilst I’m an advocate for getting young people to take responsibility, I recognise how knowing a fair bit about mental health and anxiety-related issues make me want to jump in and problem-solve! I also notice (as I’m sure you have experienced yourselves in other aspects of life) that[…]

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Oct 1 2022

In October 2021, my Mum passed away. She had a rare brain disease called Behavioural Variant Frontal Temporal Dementia, which is early-onset dementia. Many of you quite possibly have grandparents involved in your lives and your children’s lives and so this is a public service announcement to educate[…]

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Sep 22 2022

Most of us are aware that there is often an internal dialogue – a chit chat that we have with ourselves that is commentating on our observations, experiences and emotions. That inner voice can sometimes make a bad situation worse by providing unnecessary dramatic interpretations and narration of[…]

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Sep 22 2022

When dealing with an overly confident, arrogant young person, it can be tempting to humble them by taking an opportunity to humiliate them and you may even feel justified in taking this action. If you think back on your own life experiences, you will likely remember a time[…]

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Sep 1 2022

If you have noticed a change in your relationship with a child or the dynamics have become upset in some way or if it feels as if they are rejecting you, this article will give you tips on how to deal with parental rejection. I’m not talking about[…]

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Aug 21 2022

As well as sharing a decision making strategy with you, we’ll be reflecting on NLP4Kids from seven years ago. Back in the pre-covid days, I used to run an even in London where I would do a demonstration of a decision making strategy to encourage people who were[…]

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Aug 21 2022

As you brace for school transition (or any other kind of change) it can be unsettling and create a sense of uncertainty. We often think of uncertainty negatively, and yet it is a very important experience to help us grow. Growth rarely comes without uncertainty!  However, when change[…]

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Aug 1 2022

These strategies will help you pin down and identify a problem. Sometimes we’re not immediately sure about what the problem is, or perhaps you think you know, but then it shifts and changes into something else. It might feel like one of those shapeshifters that are constantly changing[…]

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