Extramarital affairs and infidelity are devastating enough. But what happens when a child is born?
There's one thing you can be certain of when starting a family: you’re about to be inundated with advice. Here's how to deal with those unwanted opinions of others.
If you're a mum who has been the recipient of a less than perfect Mother's Day present then you will love the latest video from the matriarch of the Holderness Family where she matches wine with bad gifts.
While it's natural to turn to our own parents for advice, many hold outdated - and sometimes dangerous - ideas around parenting.
When Claudine Gilbey-Phillips decided to go it alone with motherhood, she little dreamed how fast her whole life would fall into place.
As an only child myself, I can vouch that many have no problem with it. Can we just honour each story?
Get busy in the bedroom without fear of interruption from the kids.
"You don't have to fill it out right now. Just any time before you leave."
When it comes to engaging in sexy time during pregnancy, most women tend to fall into one of two distinct categories: "I. Can't. Get. Enough" or "No freaking way. Forget about it." Modern Mumma Mel Watts is firmly in the second camp.
New mum Natasha Hull is battling to have her late partner recognised on his daughter's birth certificate.
When a baby arrives, your world is turned upside down. Life as you know it is no more. The definition of 'freedom' is challenged and your relationship with your partner changes significantly.
Author Jancee Dunn hopes her new book will help mums deal with the stresses that parenthood can place on an otherwise happy relationship.
For many families, co-parenting successfully following separation or divorce is no easy task.