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T'Nia Miller x NSPCC offer parents support for "the good, the bad and the baffling"

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T'Nia Miller x NSPCC offer parents support for "the good, the bad and the baffling" by Tree Elven on 31/01/2024
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What do you think of this campaign by British children's charity the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), using spoken and visual imagery to reassure parents? It's been launched after a survey from NSPCC revealed that "three in four (75%) UK parents with children under five are anxious about their child’s emotional and mental wellbeing while a majority of parents (57%) say that they think parenting is harder now that it was when they were growing up". The charity, which was set up in 1884 by Victorian minister and reformer Benjamin Waugh, reports that calls to their Helpline from adults with concerns about children’s mental health are on the increase. This campaign is presented by actor T’Nia Miller ('Years and Years', 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', and 'Sex Education'). “It was such an honour to be a very small part of the really important work that the NSPCC does," says Miller. "When I first read the poem I was so moved and as a parent of two I related in many ways. Parenting isn’t easy. It’s the hardest job on earth - so it’s important that we start with parents so that children can grow and flourish”. Does the campaign strike a chord with you? The NSPCC says: "Whatever family life brings,we’re here for parents and carers. Whether you’re struggling with your baby’s bedtime routine or wrestling with how to have an awkward conversation with your teenager. We rely on research you can trust to create advice you can use. For the good, the bad and the baffling".

Keywords: NSPCC Parenting, NSPCC x T'Nia Miller, children UK, British parents, parenting, poet Darren Smith, artist Martina Lang, Bandicoot TV

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