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My Husband Died Two Months After Our Twins Were Born –...

When I married Justin, life was perfect. We’d grown up knowing each other, friends in high school and at college. Eventually we got together...

I’m Desperate To Know What’s Wrong With My Son, But The...

It would be great to write a story with a neat and happy ending, but sadly I can’t do that. At this...

Living With Dad’s Dementia – The Double Grieving Process

"Can you see that steam over there? It’s their boiler - they’re back."Dad was looking out of the window towards a neighbour’s house. I...

What It’s Like Being A Recently Disabled Single Mum

My six-year-old son, George, has just broken up for the school holidays, and we're facing a very different summer this year. Previous years have been...

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Grudges Come Naturally To Kids – Gratitude Must Be Taught

Have you heard this tale? In ancient times, an escaped slave hid in a cave only to encounter a wounded lion. Although afraid, the...

8 Reasons Why October Babies Are Super Cool

We associate October with scuffing through the falling leaves, misty mornings, cosy evenings at home, and – of course – Halloween parties. It’s the...
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Ask The Parents – How Do I Potty Train My Daughter?

Potty training. One of the great conundrums of parenting. When is the right time? When is too soon? How do you know...

Ask The Parents – How Do I Stop Feeling So Isolated As A Stay-At-Home...

There’s no doubt you love your baby, but if you’re new to being a stay-at-home mum then you’d be forgiven for finding it...
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18 Fun Ways To Keep Kids Happy This Summer

Hurrah for summer – but how on earth do you entertain the kids for the whole holiday without breaking the family budget? We’ve put together some easy, inexpensive ideas – take a look!
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3 Simple Things That Will Boost Your Child’s Brain Development

A new study has highlighted three key factors that can affect our children’s cognitive abilities. The pre-adolescent and adolescent years are the most critical...

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