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What it means when a girl punches you in the face

November 30, 2012

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OK, listen up, son. We don’t have a lot of time to deal with this. Your testicles are dangerously close to injecting copious amounts of testosterone into your blood stream and you’ve unfortunately got the girl sense that I had at your age. Which is to say you have none at all. Once that chemical gets […]

Unlocking the mysteries of your child’s brain

November 9, 2012

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Last post, I took on Isaac Newton and his questionable grasp of physics. This time, it’s brain science. Why? It’s my job: I’m a blogger. That, and it makes me look smart. My son is now of the age where he has discovered that Dad isn’t the all-knowing source of endless wisdom he thought I was. […]

Parenting: proof that Isaac Newton knew nothing about physics

November 3, 2012

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It’s been a while since my last physics class but I remember learning about this guy named Isaac Newton. An apple once hit him on the head and he suddenly realized that if you let go of something, it will fall. It was a big deal because, before that, I guess nobody had noticed. Smart […]

How social media will save your relationship with your children

October 17, 2012

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Welcome to this week’s instalment of WTF Wednesday, where both presidential candidates get all their parenting advice, but only one gets his debating advice. I thought we’d mix it up a bit this week here at Advice Central. As pretty much the only parenting expert on the Internet, I’ve never really thought about visiting other […]

Should you let your child read your old diaries?

October 9, 2012

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Welcome to this week’s instalment of WTF Wednesday, where the whole is always greater than the sum of its parts, but we’re pretty sure it’s because the Americans are using Imperial and everyone else is using metric. This week’s question came via Google. Like so many parenting questions, the answer really depends on your parenting […]

Is a messy room good for your immune system and 17 other really big questions.

September 19, 2012

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Welcome to this week’s instalment of WTF Wednesday, where we understand that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. That’s why we try to avoid knowledge at all costs. We get a lot of questions that, while quite good, don’t warrant a full post’s worth of advice. Sometimes they’re simple yes or no answers, and […]