Parents who stay together ‘for the sake of the children’ are not doing the best thing for their youngsters’ mental health.
I was very interested to read in The Mail on Sunday about new findings published by Swedish researchers and supported by University College, London around couples ‘staying together’ 15,000 schoolchildren were examined to see how divorce affected them and the study found disparity in children’s mental health due to their living situation. Couples who stay married […]
Today my guest blogger is Stephen Anderson, a friend who is a family mediator, collaborative lawyer and non-adversarial solicitor. I asked Stephen to contribute an article because I work with a lot of parents going through divorce and separation in my 6 Week “Separation – Putting Your Children First” Coaching Programme and I recommend that they consider […]