'I haven’t seen a healthy version of marriage': children of divorce on the lasting impact. First it was taboo, now it’s commonplace: how the Divorce Reform Act has shaped family life over the past 50 years
Fit in my 40s: indoor surfing with a tutor like an Aussie soap star. I’ll kill it, right?. There are so many fun ways to screw it all up. Fitness tips: indoor surfing for beginners
The Seattle Mariners have what unwanted distinction in baseball? The Weekend quiz. From The Final Countdown to Black Leopard, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz
Blind date: ‘I think we would have fallen in love at a festival’Hannah, 23, TV production coordinator, meets Freddy, 25, advertising executive
Tim Dowling: Dowling HQ is occupied. Even the cat’s food bowl isn’t safe‘What an unexpected pleasure,’ my wife says, at the sight of Billy the lurcher
'My daughter and I share T-shirts and a RuPaul devotion': a single mother’s guide to styleAfter I divorced, my six-year-old began honing the way I dressed, taking inspiration from the Drag Race star
Santa claws: UK supermarkets sell festive snacks for petsTesco and Sainsbury’s stock own-brand mince pies for dogs, plus ‘Pawsecco’ for cats
How we stay together: 'When something bad happens, it doesn’t mean everything is bad'. After a slow-burn romance and 17 years together, Hope Brett Bowen and Gavin Anderson have learned how to hear each other, even in hard times
Worried about the election? Don’t – it’s as futile as rewriting the past. When you fret about the future, you’re demanding reassurance, yet this is something it can never give you
My sister is a nightmare at Christmas. Do we spend it together?. As with all sibling issues, says Annalisa Barbieri, the cause of these feelings must go way back
What’s the best hangover cure for the morning after an election?. Whether you’re recovering from a festive night out or a stressful vote, what’s needed is a reliable pick-me-up
My friend's boyfriend doesn't treat her well. How can I help?She insists on staying in our university town even though she doesn’t like her job and has had a string of relationships that haven’t worked. What can I do to support her?
A young boy invited his entire kindergarten class to celebrate with him on the occasion of his adoption.Thursday 5 December marked the 23rd annual Adoption Day at Kent County Courthouse, Michigan, during which 37 children were welcomed into their forever homes.
An Alzheimer’s charity has heavily criticised a Christmas card that mocks an old man with the condition as “utterly inappropriate”.The card in question, which was created by comic company Modern Toss, features an illustration depicting an old man being led away from a Christmas dinner table.
From Keats to Merseybeat: a retreat into my favourite verse is a soul saverPoems are Swiss army knives of words – they have multiple uses
Josh Brolin gets burned where the sun don't shine. It’s a bummer when a little sun worship ends up leaving you in agony, as the Avengers star claimed to have discovered when trying ‘perineum sunning’
While many revel in the arrival of the colder months, excited to join in the celebrations of the festive period, others will have to cope with the unpleasantness of norovirus.Otherwise known as the “winter vomiting bug”, it is estimated that the health condition affects between 600,000 and a million people in the UK every year.
Men who exercise regularly could cut their risk of prostate cancer in half, a new study has found.According to experts, daily activity – which can include gardening or walking – has a “far larger” protective effect than previously thought.
Amy Dunne on her lonely, harrowing abortion fight: 'I was told I would be done for murder'. At 17, Dunne was pregnant with a baby who had a fatal abnormality. She was given a pseudonym and became the focus of a landmark Irish legal case – but now she is reclaiming her story
Setting an alarm on your phone, putting it next to your toothbrush – however you remember to take your oral contraceptive pill, it can be a hassle and easily forgotten in the midst of a busy daily routine.But now scientists are developing an oral contraceptive that would only need to be taken once a month, the first of its kind in the world.