3 Responses to Wellbeing: The Essential Guide to Your Child’s Mental and Physical Health

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think this is a brilliant and inspired book. My own four children are teenage and beyond now, but there are still suggestions and ideas that are relevant for my interactions with them. I wish it had been around when I was a health visitor, because it would have been an ideal resource to recommend to parents facing the potential minefield of bringing up children today. I have already recommended it to several friends with younger children. The layout makes it easy to dip into to read for busy…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I don’t have children but I would thoroughly recommend this for those in my ‘category’ who have nieces, or god-children or work with young people. It’s presented really well in ‘plain English’ and covers a multitude of categories in a clear, informative, interesting and visually-appealling way. I liked the quotes and references to other materials that expand on any of the subjects within the book, so if you want to get deeper on a particular area, this gives you good pointers. The tone is…