The containment decreed after the progression of the Covid-19 epidemic does not allow all separated parents to see their children. Whether the decision was deliberate or forced, this unprecedented separation is not easy to live with. In the light of psychologist Mary Gohin. Cover picture: Carolyn Attwood on Unsplash.
Who said being single means not being happy? More and more women in this situation appreciate it and claim it loud and clear. A claim that is all the stronger as it is made in a society that is still very much focused on the couple as an achievement. With the insight of psychoanalyst Sophie […]
In the United States, this phenomenon has a name: momcations. In France, we are not yet at this stage but the trend is there. More and more mothers are deciding to leave alone, far from their children and spouse. Stays can be life-saving for mothers in search of self-determination and, above all, of a lesser […]
Anxious school refusal is getting itself increasingly talked about, in often enlightening but pessimistic testimonies. What can we do when our own child is a victim of it? Thanks to testimonies from parents and with the help of child psychiatrist Laélia Benoit, we learn that confidence plays a key role in allowing the child to […]
Their revelation can destroy families, but it can also be positive, even a deliverance for those most affected. For while every family has its share of mysteries, some are more serious and can be life-changing. With the help of psychologist Elisabeth Horowitz. Cover picture : Unsplash.com byAnnie Spratt.
Managing an inheritance divides families more often than it brings them together. However, some families can come together at this difficult time, when you are psychologically on edge and the smallest detail can upset a very fragile balance. In this article, different people tell of a successful experience that has allowed them to reconnect with […]