NLP4Kids Blog

Oct 1 2023

We all have a story from the past where we felt humiliated. It’s one of those memories that really stick for some reason. We’re going to look today at what those reasons might be and why it is such an important tactic for you to avoid using as[…]

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Sep 1 2023

Using the example statement “Children and young people’s mental well-being issues will increase” I will explain how to weigh up the pros and cons of actions and particular decisions versus inaction. It’s a simple and effective strategy that gets you to take consequences and ecology (the impact on[…]

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Aug 23 2023

The transition to a new school can be an anxious and overwhelming experience for both students and their parents. Whether it’s moving from Infant to Junior School, Primary School to Secondary School, or even relocating to a  new town or country, change can be challenging. However, with careful planning, understanding,[…]

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Aug 1 2023

I am going to give you an analogy around what happens to us when we are faced with too many choices and how it can also affect our young people.  Have you ever been to a restaurant where the menus are like a large booklet? I don’t know[…]

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Jul 1 2023

We need to be a little bit careful with our labelling and I’m not talking about avoiding labelling problems that exist, I’m talking about how, when a label has been applied it’s very easy to start fulfilling that role unconsciously. I’m talking about both you as a parent[…]

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Jun 22 2023

In order to get a message to sink in, you need to back it up with more than just more words. You will likely need some physical movement and energy to demonstrate that you are fully engaged and committed to seeing through what you are saying.  But what[…]

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Jun 21 2023

Motivation might be something that you only experience when doing the things you want to do. So how do you motivate yourself to do the things you do not want to do? Is it even possible The good news is that by learning the strategies required to motivate[…]

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Jun 15 2023

The difference between being anxious and having an anxiety disorder can be confused in today’s world. The term ‘I’ve got anxiety’ may actually mean you are feeling an instance of being anxious – they are two similar things but not the same. The term should not be used[…]

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Jun 1 2023

The reason why it’s important that we help young people to feel comfortable with taking responsibility is so that they improve their confidence around their decision-making and can go on to become competent adults. I will share with you a key strategy that I use with parents, and[…]

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May 15 2023

Whilst the real fix for anxiety may involve learning some strategies and putting them into action over a few weeks to see the long-term results (such as the NLP4Kids overcome anxiety 10-week programme, there are some things you can do to help you feel better quickly. These[…]

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