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When young children battle anxiety, parents don't need to feel like helpless bystanders by Sarah Ayoub

Tantrums, clinginess and fussy eating could all signal your child's emotional cup is full. Regulation depends on the emotion being validated and then released'Children experience change, adjustment, bodily growth and social issues ... while having no control or decision-making powers, which can see anxiety manifest in their ability to regulate thei...
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The wait for no fault divorce continues

The wait continues The biggest reform of divorce law in 50 years will not begin this year as the family justice community had hoped. The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 - more commonly known as no-fault divorce - is now expected to be implemented on 6 April 2022.In a written response to a parliamentary question, courts minister Ch...
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Getting it Right for Children

'Getting it Right for Children' is a programme that was developed by OnePlusOne to help demonstrate how different ways of communicating can improve your relationship with your ex-partner, and the impact this has on your children. There are four different stories, which you can engage with. Each story has four videos, which show the situation going ...
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A Survival Guide to Living Together and Breaking Up

This guide is for you if you are in the process of splitting up with your partner who you have cohabited with. It will be helpful if you are still living together or if one of you has moved out. It will tell you what you need to think about, what the law says, and help you to find ways of agreeing arrangements with your ex. It will also remind you ...
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