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14 May 2014
This blog was written by Louise Arseneault, a Professor in Developmental Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London. Yo...
McKenzie friend - find out how they could help you
23 April 2014
A McKenzie friend is often used when you can’t afford to use a lawyer. They are not legally qualified and are there to offer moral support, take...
30 January 2014
Has your child or a child you care for experienced a side-effect to a medicine or vaccine? Did you know, you can report it to the Yellow Card Sch...
keeping divorce out of court
20 January 2014
Going through a divorce is a daunting prospect for most people. Quite aside from the emotional upset which is a natural part of a family spl...
18 December 2013
By Karen Holmes, Welfare Benefits Specialist at the charity Turn2us
parental harmony blog
12 December 2013
Just over half of British parents have admitted that they are worried about the cost of celebrating Christmas this year, according to a survey by Surv...
5 December 2013
The debate on child safety online in the past few months, at least the Government debate, has centered on getting parental control software ...
25 September 2013
Clive James is a Training Officer at St John Ambulance, the nation's leading first aid charity. As well as teaching a range of courses as a first a...
11 September 2013
Suzie Hayman, trustee of Family Lives discusses InRealLife, a film by Beeban Kidron, which asks what exactly is the internet and what is it ...
teenagers family
16 August 2013
At Family Lives we wanted to find out what teens really think about life, school and everything else in between, so we ran a survey to find out. The r...
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