Divorce in the new year: 7 tips to avoid breaking up over Christmas

It’s a fact that family law firms always see a sharp rise in divorce clients in the New Year. In fact, the Monday of the first working week back in January is known as Divorce Day as law firms receive so many enquiries about divorce. In this article, Sara Davison, The Divorce Coach, gives some…

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Getting a divorce: 10 tips after your breakup

Divorce — or any break up of a long-term relationship — is difficult, painful and confusing. In this article, Sara Davison, The Divorce Coach, gives insights on coping and finding a way to move forward. Whether you cannot find a way forward with your relationship or that sadly that decision has been made for you…

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Positively Inspirational: The meaning of Christmas

Meme’s on ‘being present’ instead of buying presents have started flying around the internet.  Every year we say the same thing.  Have we forgotten what Christmas is all about? Every year we say Christmas is too extravagant.  And every year we overspend.   Or undervalue those closest to us.   Or forget the elderly neighbour…

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Super star nativity: 9 types of children to spot at your school!

My eldest child has been a very enthusiastic Christmas stocking, a somewhat disgruntled chicken, and a rather bossy angel.  It is my absolute favourite thing about Christmas.  The Nativity play.  Last year I didn’t get to see one as Big has now reached the heady heights of junior school.  But this year it all begins…

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Raising a biracial child in the UK

Stock image via Pexels After Ashleigh, a 31-year-old black British Jamaican woman, married a white British (born in Wales) man, they had a glorious beautiful daughter called Alleppey, now 19 months old. Ash is a blogger at The Constant Wonderer and recently vlogged about being in an interracial relationship and the challenges that come with…

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Tweens and Teenage Years: Mothering mistakes

Parenting is not a perfect science and as our children grow and move through the tween and teen years there is an inevitable tendency as a parent to question whether we are actually doing it right and to seek help and guidance. Of course the flip side of this is that in asking ourselves whether…

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