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Last week
2nd June 2024 - 8th June 2024
Parenting: 'I can still vividly remember the stress, tears and dread of my Leaving Cert'
Margaret Lynch
Last month
May 2024
Parenting: 'Our sex ed class was delivered by a local church member — she was a disaster'
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: Raising older kids can be lonely — and we haven't even reached the teenage years
Margaret Lynch
This year
2024
Parenting: After years of hardship and sacrifice, we finally have a home of our own
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: A message for the new Taoiseach - please get a handle on housing
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: Can we stop the madness of uncomfortable and costly school uniforms?
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: Manifesting? Would ya go away outta that
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: I've had it with January, is it nearly over?
Margaret Lynch
Last year
2023
Parenting: 'As a rough guide, I would say to expect 78 new WhatsApp groups per child, per term'
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: When we were growing up, our parents weren't bombarded by images of perfection
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: 'We can't block technology for our kids - that ship has sailed'
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: 'I've realised that to raise resilient kids I need to practice what I preach'
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: 'I decided that this would be the summer we would give them a love of reading'
Margaret Lynch
Opinion: Leo Varadkar's Lidl-inspired cost-of-living leaflet is tone-deaf and out of touch
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: No more school lunches to be made? Praise be!
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: 'The mental load of June is real - I'll be spending it in a state of disarray'
Margaret Lynch
Parenting: 'Learning the art of resting was a gamechanger for me'
Margaret Lynch
Parent: 'When she can’t figure something out for homework, we head into nuclear meltdown'
Margaret Lynch
Opinion: 'Phones have become a battleground for parenting in the age of social media'
Margaret Lynch
Opinion: 'Telling my child she'd missed a school place broke my heart'
Margaret Lynch
All time
Opinion: We owe teachers our thanks for the last two years whether we give them gifts or not
Margaret Lynch
My 2020: 'Covid stole our chance to buy a family home so we now live with my parents'
Margaret Lynch