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Don’t divorce the grandparents when your marriage breaks down

Sir John Major’s former daughter-in-law, Emma Noble, claims the former prime minister and his wife have little involvement in the life of her autistic son,

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How to SWOT up on the pros and cons of staying married

You may be reading this blog after returning from your annual summer holiday feeling more exhausted than before you went away. Not only exhausted; you may also be gravely worried that your marriage is falling apart.

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Log on to your family – not your laptop or mates – this summer holiday

I am often told that the reason I’m cynical about marriage is that I spend all my professional time seeing people who are going through

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How to graduate with honours in the University of Life After Divorce

Summer is often a time for major family events, such asweddings and graduation days, but celebrations can be marred– even ruined – if divorced or

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How not to get divorced (for the sake of the kids)

The Government has pledged to take action to stem the surge in knife crime that has claimed the lives of more than 20 teenagers in

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Postcards from the heart – how to maintain links and build bridges with your children

Absent parents can sometimes struggle to stay in touch with their children, especially if their career is time consuming or the job takes them abroad

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A father is for life – even after divorce (part 2)

In last week’s blog, I talked about the sad fact that half a million elderly men aren’t in touch with their children partly because divorce

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A father is for life – even after divorce

A sad, if not altogether surprising, picture emerged this week of how men are suffering from the effects of their divorces as long as 30

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Weathering holidays is about more than sun, sea and sand

Have you just returned from a half-term holiday break? If so, maybe you opted for a camping trip in the UK  – and spent the week

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Weathering the gloom of divorce

The current spell of sunny, warm weather and the meadows and hedgerows burgeoning with May-time colours and smells are conducive to making us feel full

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