Arlene Harris talks to three women who have stayed on good terms with their ex.
Santa, please bring my dream present
An online service matching parents with suitable child minders has been set up. But many mums and dads are not properly briefing them on what do in emergencies, writes Arlene Harris.
Arlene Harris talks to three men about their delight in being parents to growing children and how they deal with the difficulties of single or sole fatherhood.
The Leaving Cert is a stressful time for most students. Experts tell Arlene Harris how parents can best respond if their child’s exams don’t go according to plan
We can’t hold back the years, but a good diet and exercise can hugely improve your quality of life, Dr Eva Orsmond tells Arlene Harris.
Arlene Harris meets three teenage influencers who are making their mark on the world
There are risks but many rewards for the growing number of women now having home births, says Arlene Harris.
Arlene Harris speaks to four women in their 50s who, with their children raised, have made big life changes in order to find excitement and inner fulfilment.
Arlene Harris talks to mums about the challenges and joys of rearing a large family
Ranging in age from their 20s to 50s, these women survived cancer because of cervical screening, writes Arlene Harris.
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There’s no need to settle for less at the Christmas table, says Arlene Harris who asks three wise chefs for their top vegan recipes
With children dreaming of starring in the Late Late Toy Show or pantos, it’s important to remember they need to have fun too, writes Arlene Harris.
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Five of Ireland’s well-known figures discuss where they holidayed as children, whether the memories are all good, and where they’re going now. By Arlene Harris.
Hiring a cleaner can go a long way towards a harmonious home by relieving the stress associated with who does what around the house, writes Arlene Harris.
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Are friendly Dr Brown Bear and Peppa Pig leading to more GP visits for children — as well as more unnecessary medication? Arlene Harris reports.
Kickstart the new year by taking up an activity you’ll enjoy. It’s the best way to ensure you’ll stick at it, says Arlene Harris.
Gina Akpe-Moses was born in 1999 in Nigeria but moved with her family to Dundalk when she was three years old, writes Arlene Harris.
Heading up north to save a few euro off the Christmas bill is extremely damaging to our still fragile economy and one economist has even described it as an act of betrayal, says Arlene Harris.
If you want your children to exercise it’s important to lead by example, writes Arlene Harris.
Arlene Harris hears how the GentleBirth method is helping expectant mums and dads have easier, more relaxed birthing experiences.
Arlene Harris, who goes on holidays with her teen boys, asks experts about how to balance respecting older children’s need for independence with responsible parenting
Arlene Harris talks to the founders of a charity set up to help ease the financial stress parents with children with life-limiting illnesses can experience, added to the pain of watching their child suffer.
By September, more than 1,000 Irish students will be at third-level colleges in the Netherlands, writes Arlene Harris.
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Gordon Ramsay says he doesn’t treat his children to the trappings of wealth – but is he right to travel first class while they go economy, asks Arlene Harris
With Ireland amid an overweight crisis, two people tell Arlene Harris about their individual weight loss journeys.
Arlene Harris talks to three people who were prepared to move overseas in order to ensure they spent their lives together.
With half of us heading for a cancer diagnosis, we need to support Daffodil Day, writes Arlene Harris.
An expert ponders the findings while a Dutch family in Clare say they won’t be heading home any time soon, writes Arlene Harris.
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Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
Arlene Harris tells of the impact the Make a Wish charity has on the life of unlucky children suffering from serious health issues
Despite the success of the Movember campaign, men now more than ever need to heed the message and go for a check up, says Arlene Harris.
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