Amanda Donnett is the founder and director of Spilt Milk Psychology and in this episode she takes Sindhu and Stu through the importance of self-care, talking your child down when you’re really talking yourself down and how her own upbringing as part of a large family, made larger by foster children shaped who she is.
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On the final episode of Child Labour series 1 Stu and Sindhu talk to firecracker comedian Sara Barron about the decision to have one child, questioning the pursuit of your career and the impact of the choices your parents make through your life.
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How would you co-parent if you separated from your partner before lockdown but then spent lockdown together for the benefit of your child? Well that is the situation comedian Ivo Graham found himself in. Hear how they have navigated that, the impact of heading to boarding school when he was 5 and...
What’s it like having two “fizzy” parents? Geoff Norcott take us through his own upbringing with a chauvinistic mum (his words), asks why you need a third character and the synchronisation of families.
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