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APPG for Supporting couples & reducing conflict Oct 15
On behalf of the 1.25 million in Britain children exposed to parental conflict, The Sort It Out campaign launches next week with in The Sun, & MPs all discussing the issue & asking Govt to respond
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OnePlusOne Oct 21
Parental conflict can have a lasting impact on children. This is an important campaign to demonstrate the need to support parents to manage conflict and communicate better for the well-being of their children.
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Tavistock Relationships Oct 21
Agony Aunt Deidre Saunders will be talking about relationships, parenting and our campaign - to encourage disputing parents to be offered couple therapy - on later today.
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Dear Deidre Oct 19
Pleased to support an important campaign
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BACP Oct 21
🗣️ | “Couple conflict is perhaps more prominent with people living closer and families spending more time together because of Covid-19." This new campaign aims to stop children being harmed by parental conflict ⬇️
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Lxris 12h
£30 to the person who fucks up YT RYE BOI router he’s a massive virgin squeaker who just ddosed for fun
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Clint Walker 🇬🇧🎣 Oct 21
Labour Party...Two steps backward, four steps back. The only reason the Tories got in is because it was a choice of shambles, or Labour, and shambles was a better option. What does that say about Labour?
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honor rhodes Oct 20
Watch the debate in Westminster, well briefed and engaged MPs thinking about what families living with conflict in Covid-19 times need,
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Fraser Valley Regional District Oct 19
We are proud to support . This year our regional bylaw came into effect requiring all residents, businesses and institutions to separate all recyclable and compostable material from the garbage stream. Together we can . Visit
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Tavistock Relationships Oct 20
Fantastic to have Dear Deirdre and working to help children and families on the campaign, with MPs & ourselves. Calls to Childline by distressed kids are up more than a third amid the pandemic. We need Government to enable more to access support. Get involved:
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honor rhodes Oct 21
evidence based help for parents in conflict to improve their relationship. Lovely feedback from parents who've used our 10 session MBT Parents under Pressure service. Free, depending on where you live
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APPG for Supporting couples & reducing conflict Oct 21
So pleased that the Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition are supporting our campaign. Thank you on behalf of the 1.25 million children in Britain exposed to parental conflict
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Dear Deidre Oct 21
We know parents with relationship problems and their children struggle to find affordable help. We're taking readers' and viewers' experiences (ID details removed for confidentiality) to Government to ask for action. Backing campaign
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Hazel Wright Oct 21
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APPG for Supporting couples & reducing conflict 10h
Very true. So let's for the 1.25 million children in Britain exposed to parental conflict
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Orlando Andy Wilson Oct 20
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Tavistock Relationships Oct 20
MPs discuss the impact of Covid19 on families & children in Parliament today. Sort It Out campaign calls on Govt to help the 1.25 million children in Britain exposed to interparental conflict
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honor rhodes Oct 20
parents’ conflict hurts children even though parents really don’t want to. We can change this by helping parents improve their relationships, we know what works, we do what works.
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Foxstones Training and Learning Oct 21
Fantastic to see parental conflict work going prime time!
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Caroline Pryke 5h
as a long time customer I’ve been shocked by your awful customer service! I ordered 10 items for £300+ and just received 1 item! Despite it being obvious nothing else would fit in this box you are still not accepting my claim! Not good enough!
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