Coercive control

coercive control

Coercive and controlling behaviour is a repeated pattern of intimidation, isolation and control that abusive partners use to instil fear in the victim to hold power over them. It is a form of domestic abuse, which may occur without any physical violence inflicted and has a long-lasting and devastating impact on the survivor.

Divorce and separation

Wire snapping

If your relationship is in trouble and you're considering splitting up, get advice about the practical, financial and emotional consequences for you, your children and your ex.

A guide to online dating as a single parent

Woman with hand on shoulder

You're a parent. You're single. You fancy meeting someone new. Bit doubtful that you'll find them at the school gate? Online dating could be just the ticket.

Sex after childbirth

Couple in bed

You wouldn't be where you are if you hadn't fancied the pants off each other to begin with. But how can you get your sex drive back when parenting and familiarity quash your libido?