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Guiding our children through the journey of life to be the best that they can be..

 

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What is it that fuels each and every one of us in this world? For me, it is Throough My Eyes.

Since I got started as a blogger back in 2013, I have found such a sense of gratitude to be able to pass on my life experiences, parenting skills and teaching knowledge to those who need it.

My blogs cover topics from childhood obesity through to anger management, behaviour and social interaction just to name a few.

Throough My Eyes is for anyone and everyone searching for guidance, support and someone to talk to.

Parenting can be a very lonely and overwhelming time so it is comforting to know there are many of us out there that have felt the same angst and overwhelm at some point in our life.

However, it is not all doom and gloom is it?! Our babies, children, teenagers and young adults all bring us so much joy, love and laughter that we wouldn't trade our roles as parents for all the tea in China.

So sit back and enjoy the extensive range of topics and if you ever need any support reach out to us on our contact us page we are here to help.

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September 7, 2018

The Respectful Relationships program is an initiative by the State government which is based around developing respect, positive attitudes and behaviors all of which develop resilience, confidence and healthy relationships now and for the future.  It is designed for sc...

August 6, 2018

I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to chat with Ali Villani, author of Ali the Shiny Sparkly Unicorn. Ali is very bubbly, positive and sparkly and wanted to write a children’s book about being yourself and that being different is what makes us special.

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April 17, 2018

The curriculum is already crowded and there are days that as a teacher, I just want to teach the basics and not feel like I am rushing through things because I have a check list. I can confidently say, I am not the only teacher who feels this. When I was a graduate, we...

March 13, 2018

When schools have a Curriculum day, parents often think what do we actually do. Is it a day off for the teachers? Do we go to school? Do we plan? What do we do? Well I can tell you that on our most recent Curriculum day, we participated in the most fascinating professi...

July 23, 2017

This week saw my fellow colleagues and I sit down over two nights and discuss with parents their child’s progress and their report. The morning after the first night of interviews, I was sitting in the staff room discussing how the interviews had gone so far. To my ama...

July 16, 2017

Our teenagers these days are bombarded with thousands of images via numerous media platforms including but not limited to; social media, television, music videos, advertising and print. A majority of these images is through social media and with that, becomes the press...

June 26, 2017

Self-regulation of our emotions is something we learn to do from a young age and we find different ways of managing our emotions as we go through life. Some methods work better than others and some don’t work at all. At times, children can have difficulty self-regulati...

June 12, 2017

Teachers get a bad rap from society, I am immune to that now after 20 years of teaching. I don’t feel respected as a professional or valued for my skills and knowledge except by my colleagues, family and friends who actually understand what it is like to live with or h...

May 30, 2017

We have all seen it at some point, those parents screaming at the top of their lungs from the sidelines at their child or the team, thinking they are being helpful.  Adults hurling abuse at professional sportsmen playing football because they believe they have the righ...

May 18, 2017

The one person often hardest on us, is us! We don’t look a certain way, we aren’t good at certain things and the list goes on. We can find ourselves in situations that are stressful and we all cope with stress in different ways. One way is to be self-critical and sadly...

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