In fact, it is thought that postnatal depression can affect as many as 10 in every 100 women that have had a baby. It may be hard to know how to help someone who has postnatal depression, but there are things that you can do to make their life that little bit easier. Which is why we have put together some of the tips for partners or midwives to help women who have postnatal depression.
Drawing is an especially important outlet for children who do not yet have the verbal skills to communicate their feelings. Through your child’s art you are able to catch a glimpse into their rich internal world whilst conversely they are able to develop concentration, thought-processing and motor skills.
Welcoming a Great British Nanny into your home not only allows additional care for your child on a practical level, but also intellectually too. Giving your child the opportunity to be loved and cared for by a native English speaker opens countless gateways towards a beautifully thriving future!
In celebration of World Animal Day on October 4th and the fight for their protection, we wanted to share with you some of the many ways in which animals light up our world and teach us to be better humans!