Anxiety and parenthood
Postnatal anxiety develops in the first year of parenthood and is common in both parents. Learn to recognise the signs and get the support you need.
Common worries and fears for parents
New parents often worry that they don't know what to do. However, there are practical ways to deal with the challenges so you can enjoy your baby more...
Find out about different styles of parenting and how the parenting style you choose impacts your child's social and emotional wellbeing.
Parenting with a disability
Find out more about the unique challenges that many parents with a disability face, and the importance of asking for help and support when needed.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program offers valuable parenting advice for mums, dads, step-parents, guardians and carers to nuture and care for t...
Many women experience the 'baby blues' after pregnancy, but when feelings persist beyond these early days, it may be a sign of depression.
Postpartum psychosis is a serious mental illness that can develop soon after you give birth. If you or your partner might have postpartum psychosis, s...
Relationship breakdown and divorce
Relationship breakdown and divorce can be hard for both you and your child. Learn how to help your child live between two households.
Sex and relationships when you are a parent
Parenting can put pressure on your relationship. Here are some ideas to help maintain your relationship and sex life after the birth of your child.
Happy single-parent families with healthy, well-adjusted children do exist. Research suggests that when parents, single or partnered, spend time with ...
Dad's guide to fatherhood
Find some practical advice of how to help your partner through the pregnancy and for when you bring your baby home.
Controlling your anger as a parent
Anger is a normal human emotion, but if you are a parent it's important to control your anger. Here are some simple strategies.
Co-parenting is when former partners share in raising their children after a divorce or breakup. Learn what the law says and how to resolve disputes.
Parental anxiety in the toddler years
Raising a child aged 1-3 can be challenging. It's normal to feel anxious about your toddler and parenting style but if the anxiety doesn't go away, se...
School readiness - a guide for parents
Find out why personal and social skills are expected before your child starts school and make an informed decision about your child's 'school readines...