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Who said Millennials weren’t switched on and sensible…..

A recent article in the Style section the Sunday Times (UK) features two millenials talking about their separate sleeping. What’s so interesting about that I hear you ask???? What makes it interesting is that separate sleeping is mostly considered the domain of older people (I won’t give a specific age, lest I offend).  “My grandparents […]

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The bigger picture…

I recently had a chat with Bev Short, Vitality Coach and Menopause Specialist from New Zealand, on her YouTube channel. Bev’s focus is to work with women over 40 around the world to transform their health, energy, menopause symptoms and happiness. One of Bev’s key messages for her clients is to get good sleep. Unsurprisingly

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Just chatting about Apartners in Montreal…..

So when I was in Montreal a couple of weeks ago, I just happened to bump into Sharon Hyman, the fabulous film maker who is in pre-production for her next documentary Apartners. Well, truth be told, I didn’t just bump into Sharon. We arranged to catch up while I happened to be holidaying in Montreal

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Is being an Apartner something you should consider….?

I have flagged before the lovely Sharon Hyman, Canadian documentary maker, all round great chick, and massive advocate for doing relationships the way they work for YOU – not for the rest of the world’s judgmental glare and opinion. The sassy and spirited Ms Hyman! Sharon has written a great piece for Psychology Today and

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#snoring #nosleep #divorce #forreal….

I know! I was kind of surprised to, but it turns out there has been a case where a woman has asked for a divorce because her husband snored so much, she’d had enough. Of even greater interest about this case, is that is happened in 1951. It just sounds like something a flighty, 21st

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Liking the new “I Do”…..

What is a traditional relationship? It’s a question I have immersed myself in since my husband and I took those first steps (in different directions) to separate rooms in 2005. As a result, for the last 11 years I’ve been challenging people to prioritise health over the ‘tradition’ of sharing a bed each night with

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Voices unite…..

Having been in the space of non-traditional couple behaviour for a few years, I’ve noticed an increase in a broader discussion around couples making choices about how they manage their relationship. While we’ve grown to socially sanction couples who: live together without being married have children together without being married are of the same gender,

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