“Mummy, I’m sad.”

248'000 children were referred to CAHMS (Child and Adolscent Mental Health Services) in 2015. 1 in 10 children aged 5-16 have mental health problems that require support and treatment. 1 in 12 young people in the UK have self harmed at some point during their lives. Only 16% of young people would talk to their … Continue reading “Mummy, I’m sad.”


Quality rather than sexuality.

A study by Bos et al (2016) has allowed more psychological research to enhance what us open-minded and LGBT+ supporters already believed and knew - it is the quality of a parents relationship with each other and their child(ren) which really matters, not the sexuality of the parents. A group of researchers (full reference at … Continue reading Quality rather than sexuality.