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21 TED Talks for parents that will help you realise you’re enough

21 TED Talks for parents that will help you realise you’re enough

Parenting can be a lonely, bumpy road. It's a struggle to feel like you're doing a good job, even when you're probably doing a very good job. These TED Talks for parents will (a) help you out if you feel a bit stuck and (b) remind you that it's not just the kids who...

16 powerful TED talks for parenting teens

16 powerful TED talks for parenting teens

I've watched 100s of inspiring TED Talks and I've chosen these ones as being the best TED Talks for parenting teens. It is so, so easy to lose our way when the kids are teens. We are pulled between our own core values and what we perceive to be society's values; both...

16 inspiring TED Talks for kids

16 inspiring TED Talks for kids

These TED Talks for kids aren't exactly aimed at kids, but they 100% inspire kids. TED Talks for kids make kids feel the same way they make an adult feel: inspired, thoughtful, different. I listen to a lot of TED Talks (and the podcast TED Radio Hour is my favourite,...

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