The challenge of Christmas in two families living apart

Christmas is traditionally seen as a time of year when families spend time with each other, relaxing and enjoying a much needed break from the hectic day-to-day routines of family life. However, as most parents will know, Christmas also comes with additional stresses and strains such as financial worries and the challenge of ensuring that […]

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Sir Paul Coleridge warns of the dangers of family conflict

Leading High Court judge Sir Paul Coleridge has made a speech calling for married couples to be taught about monogamy in an effort to stem the rising tide of family breakdowns. In his speech, the family division judge warned of a ‘yawning public ignorance’ about the potentially harmful effects of family conflict upon children, even […]

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Conference will examine the need for relationships education

Details have been released of the Marriage Foundation’s second national conference, entitled “For the Sake of the Kids – Relationships Education: the problem, policy and practice.” The conference will be held in London on Friday 6 December and the Marriage Foundation has confirmed that the keynote speaker will be the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith, […]

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Figures highlight a rise in 'multi-households'

We’ve read with interest an article which was published in The Times on 1st November. The article by Rosemary Bennet, titled: “Children return to the nest with their partners in tow” highlights a growing trend in which offspring return to the family home, bringing their partner with them and creating a multi-family household. The number […]

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