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Children’s temperaments, roosters & lambs

In this video blog, parenting author and educator Maggie Dent talks about the different temperaments[...]

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TODAY Show: Stressed out mums

Maggie joins the TODAY show to talk about looking after yourself as a parent.  [...]

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The post high-school hole

Maggie spoke with Karl Stefanovic from TODAY about the risks of young people falling into[...]

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Birds and bees

On 8 October, Maggie chatted to Lisa Wilkinson from TODAY about when to chat to[...]

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TODAY Show: Raunchy music clips

Maggie discussed why Kylie Minogue’s new music video isn’t doing young girls any favours with[...]

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Saving Our Adolescents on Today

Maggie joined Lisa Wilkinson from TODAY to talk about her new book, Saving Our Adolescents,[...]

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TODAY Show: PM says parents should step in to tackle bullying

When is a good time for parents to intervene when it comes to schoolyard bullying?[...]

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TODAY Show: Kids and diets

Maggie talked to Karl and Lisa on TODAY about how parents should parents deal with[...]

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TODAY Show: Surviving Highschool

Maggie joins the TODAY show for some tips on how children and parents can prepare[...]

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Fearsome fours

Maggie joins TODAY hosts Karl and Georgie in the studio to talk about strategies for[...]

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Sleep deprived teens prone to depression

Maggie spoke to TODAY about the health issues associated with teens not getting enough sleep.[...]

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Facebook addiction

Parenting expert Maggie Dent joins TODAY to discuss the telltale signs of social networking addiction.[...]

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Hidden pressures facing adolescents

Maggie appeared on Channel 9’s TODAY to discuss how to better support our teenagers on[...]

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Video games

Channel 9’s TODAY show invited Maggie to share her views on video games and the[...]

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Sex is fun

Channel 9’s TODAY Show asked Maggie to comment on Britain’s National Health Service pushing the[...]

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Homework hell

Maggie’s views that homework does not improve children’s school performance and intrudes on family time[...]