Your relationship with family should always be more important than your relationship with alcohol.
As the ‘sad’ war between factions who should be working together to end the tyranny of parental alienation, rears its ugly head again, the consumerwatchfoundation.com challenges the protagonists to bring evidence forward proving their claims. Social media – instead of being the world platform for free speech and the dissemination […]
International Men’s Day is here again, a day when men get the chance to knock on metaphorical doors and say ‘look at me and my life…’ Yep, it is time to think about gender equality from the perspective of men and boys and the kind of things life throws at […]
Andrew John Teague and fellow campaigners have been climbing Carrauntoohil, the highest mountain in County Kerry, in blizzards, hail and wind. And after a barrage of complaints about a three year old ‘awareness action’ called shirt-off-my-back, they took the controversial method right to the top, so to speak. The action […]
Published judgments are the shop window of the family courts.
As some pilots flap around over more pay for their 90-hour month and flight computers crash-land for summer … once again the great British getaway to the sun is being tripped up by things beyond the average family’s control. But what appears to be worrying bruised and battered holidaymakers the […]
After almost three years of campaigns over parental alienation and the ‘shame’ of Cafcass, the Government has finally agreed to launch an inquiry into Britain’s family courts. The consumerwatchfoundation.com, D.A.D.s (dads against double standards), the National Association of Alienated Parents and dozens of other groups across the UK – and […]
Jackson Garwood, aged four, has a rare terminal illness … but his dad is determined that his memory will live on. Darren Garwood has immortalised his little son in a new children’s book called Jackson Superhero. The book’s heart-breaking intro says: “”By day, a rare disease limits his ability to move […]
For family reasons, I was delving in to my mother’s brown leather purse one recent evening after the death of her brother who was my last surviving uncle in Limerick. The purse was the only thing I had wanted after her death in hospital in Cork in February, 1996. Shortly […]
Social media is an excellent tool, reconnecting old friends and lost family. It brings loved ones closer without expensive over sea phone calls – and with a constant feed of their best moments at the tip of your fingers, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Surely this is […]