1. Grown-ups

Looking after yourself

Looking after yourself helps you parent well.
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    It’s normal to feel angry with children when you’re a parent or carer. If you’re having trouble with angry feelings, our anger management tips can help.

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    A healthy breastfeeding diet has a wide variety of foods from the five main food groups. Physical activity is also important for your health and wellbeing.

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    Antenatal depression and postnatal depression are more than pregnancy ups and downs or baby blues. If you have symptoms, it’s a good idea to seek help.

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    Parenting teamwork helps couples face the ups and downs of family life in a positive way that minimises conflict and strengthens relationships. Here’s how.

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    Getting your body to relax physically is a great way to feel calmer. Here’s how you can use muscle relaxation techniques for stress relief.

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    Family violence can take many forms, and it’s never OK. If you think someone is a victim of family violence, there are signs to watch for and ways to help.

Raising Children Network is supported by the Australian Government. Member organisations are the Parenting Research Centre and the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute with The Royal Children’s Hospital Centre for Community Child Health.

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