custody

Helping children through divorce

September 21, 2015

When a marriage breaks up, the effects on the children are the biggest cause of worry and source of guilt for parents. Children will now no longer be able to be with both parents every day.  Sometimes they will not even be in the same city. In unfriendly cases, children are like ping-pong balls, bouncing […]

Read the full article →

A mother’s cry for justice

December 8, 2014

By Gratiela Sidor, a dual national from Romania living in the United Kingdom for 15 years There is a worrying new trend in the English courts to separate infants from their primary carers overnight, despite compelling evidence that this can be psychologically harmful to them. More worryingly, nursing mothers are forced to allow overnight contact […]

Read the full article →

Attachment Parenting in shared custody

October 17, 2014

We are in the midst of October, which happens to be Attachment Parenting Month,  and I am wondering what this year’s theme — “Cherishing Parents, Flourishing Children” — means to me? As I sit with this question, I am reminded of the many times lately that I have found myself in conversations about how people […]

Read the full article →