From Gordon Ramsay to Ronan Keating: should you air your problems in public?

Posted November 11th 2010, by Rosie Ifould

So, Gordon Ramsay celebrated his 44th birthday by publishing an open letter to his mother-in-law in the Evening Standard. It implored her not to cut her daughter Tana out of her life following the increasingly bitter fall out between Ramsay and his father-in-law (and ex-business partner) Chris Hutcheson. Meanwhile, Ronan Keating has made an apology […]

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Brood awakening

Posted September 8th 2010

Having children affects how our brains develop, and forces us to learn flexibility and new skills. David Servan-Schreiber explains why bringing up a child can be the best therapy

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Why some family values should be your own business

Posted September 2nd 2010, by Louise Chunn

Under suspicion of an ‘improper relationship’ with a man, Foreign Secretary William Hague spoke about his wife’s struggle with infertility. Louise Chunn wishes he hadn’t

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In-laws or out-laws?

Posted August 26th 2010

What is it about ‘Shall we visit my parents over the holidays?’ that strikes dread into so many of our hearts, asks Linda Blair, and what can we do to make relations better?

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Living with bipolar disorder

Posted July 20th 2010

There are more than two million people in the UK with bipolar disorder. Sarah Owen reveals what it’s really like to live with the disorder close to you, and why knowledge is power

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Develop your child’s curiosity

Posted July 13th 2010

Part of the magic of childhood is the ability to get lost in the worlds of imagination and discovery. What’s more, says Emma Cook, nurturing our children’s curiosity will strengthen our bond and help them grow

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