A weekly discussion about issues affecting parents and their children. Subjects range from building trust to managing anger. How to deal with anxiety and anger. Required listening for parents wanting to make the most of their parental roles.
Eusebius spoke to Dr Mashadi Motlana (specialist psychiatrist) joined us to talk about mental health, in the context of COVID-19.
Clinical psychologist, Hayden Knibbs, gives us the tools to navigate infidelity and affairs in a digital and social media age when loyalty and honesty may be compromised.
In Family matters this week we discuss Imposter Syndrome, what it means, how it is used as a coping mechanisms and does it extend beyond the racial divide.
Jeanie Cave explains why adults are the bullies in certain scenarios, what to do as a victim of bullying, but most importantly, why do adults bully?
In Family Matters- Andisiwe Hlungwane from the DG Murray trust discusses how parents can be actively become involved and ENGAGED in their children's upbringing and schooling.
Eusebius speaks to Ruth Ancer, Clinical psychologist who emphasizes the importance of saying no in order to protect our boundaries, practice self-care and growth.
Hayden Knibbs, clinical psychologist, takes us through the human behaviours that create good and bad habits, and how we can break harmful habits and create new ones.
In our family matters feature, psychiatrist, Dr Mashadi Motlana, takes us through the symptoms, definitions and prevalence of PMS among South African women.
Jeanie Cave guides us through the torrid world of our emotions and how instead of controlling them, we should learn to work with them and manage them instead.
Why do we place so much emphasis on a clean state come 1 January each year? Khosi Jiyane helps us grapple with new year resolutions and why we place so much importance on starting anew each year.
Catch up on what's been happening on the City's lifestyle scene with Pippa Hudson.
Food anthropologist, Anna Trapido's celebration of food in Gauteng... where to find it, and on occasion, how to make it.
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