Is this what your teenagers are feeling at mock exam time? 
Do they quake in their boots at the mere mention of GCSE's or A Levels? 
Are they already studying their socks off as the thought of not achieving their grades fills them with dread? Or are they playing the work avoidance card as "it's too far away to be even thinking about now"? This is also a fear based behaviour by the way! 
Ever wanted to know the different terms used in the LGBT+ community? 
Here is a comprehensive list to help you out: 
Ally: Someone who supports the LGBT+ Community and its members. 
Aromantic: A person who experiences little or no romantic attraction to others. 
Asexual (ACE): Someone who has limited or no sexual feelings or desires. 
Androgynous: A term to describe the fluid appearance of an individual. 
Being a parent can be an exhausting job can't it? 
Let's face it, you've been there every single step of the way. Around all of the other responsibilities of being an adult, you are the creator of fun times, the shoulder to cry on when it all goes wrong. Chief Chef, the household taxi service and the stamper of rules. But you are knackered! And I mean seriously knackered! 
You're struggling to sleep, focus on your job, remember the weekly timetable of clubs and you never get time alone! 
These are common problems many parents face. There are things you would love to do for yourself, but you have no-one to look after the kids, you have fears of other people looking after them and even being so committed to your family, that you want to spend every moment you can with them. 
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