New research from the University College London says that divorce is less painful for children if it happens when they’re younger. Those between the ages of three and seven in their test of 6,000 children were 16% less likely to suffer emotional and behavioural problems than those between seven and […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 16-01-2019 in BLOG tagged with alcohol / Brexit / chocolate / Gwyneth Paltrow / new years resolutions / parliament
So we are half way through the month – how are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions? My detox of Dry Ginuary is going exceedingly well. In fact I’m quite cheerful, despite the outcome of the government vote yesterday and I would highly recommend that you abandon your resolutions […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 10-01-2019 in BLOG tagged with 50 something / 50's / invisible / Women / Yann Moix
Beaucoup d’indignation à l’ègard de l’auteure français, Yann Moix who has declared that he is “incapable” of loving women aged over 50, claiming they are “invisible” to him. I see from the flurry on social media that we are all up in (bat wing) arms, gnashing (decaying) teeth and stamping […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 08-01-2019 in BLOG tagged with Bollocks to Brexit / Brexit / Brexshit / Final Say Referendum / second referendum / vote Posted by Family Affairs on 03-01-2019 in BLOG tagged with Dry Ginuary / Ginuary / happy new year / resolutions
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