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Helen Neale

Helen Neale

Saffron Walden, GB
Manic mother of two, and small business website owner. Finalist in MAD parent blog awards, and one of MumsClub Top 100 UK business women. Diet coke addict too.

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Parenting tools & advice website
www.kiddycharts.com

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  • Questions 1
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01Aug

Bribery and positive reinforcement are two sides of the same coin. The difference is that with positive reinforcement the aim is to help children ...

31Jul
What is hands-free parenting and should we aim for it?

I am so there with this one - I am terrible at putting all my tech distractions down with the kids, its so hard when you are trying to keep the ...

31Jul

Do you bribe your kids?

31Jul
Do reward charts help improve behaviour in five to 11-year-olds?

Hi Holly! Hope all is well. I am, of course, biased as I have my own reward chart products on [my site](http://www.kiddycharts.com); however, I ...

10Dec

This might seem a little rude but I’m going to answer that question with a question: Does it matter? Some kids are happy spending time alone playing ...

10Dec

At the risk of sounding flippant, I would say at what age could you possibly prevent children from being introduced to technology? We have fertility ...

10Dec
Why do children blush when they lie?

Don't knock it - it helps no end when they tell you they have "washed their hands" and blatantly they haven't! Sadly its something they are likely to ...

10Dec
What is your biggest fear around your child's online behaviour?

The fact that they are so much more savvy than I expect them to be - had to add security to Google the other day because my daughter got on there, ...

10Dec
Toy Story 3 made me cry my eyes out, should I show it to my four-year-old niece?

Hi there. We showed this to my kids when they were a similar age, the younger one didn't like that bit at all - he was about 4, but the older one was ...

30Nov
All my kids want to do is play computer games, what can I do?

Take them out and give them other fun activities to do; limit the screen time and remove privileges if they are not being sensible.

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