Millions of British mums feel under pressure to ensure their child reaches certain milestones ‘on time’, new research has shown.
White weddings remain a strong tradition but couples planning an overseas ceremony or honeymoon can go green in the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba.
Are you stuck in a rut when it comes to injecting a bit of adventure into mealtimes? We’ve long been known as a nation who loves British favourites, from beans on toast to fish fingers, but new research by Walt Disney World Resort in Florida shows that two thirds of UK kids crave more adventurous food and expect a bit more magic during their mealtimes.
More than 11 million Britons (23%) have lent a family member or friend money unexpectedly - with one in ten (11%) having done so in the past twelve months, according to figures released from Bright Grey's annual Financial Safety Net report.
The traditional romantic beach honeymoon is becoming a thing of the past, with newlyweds now seeking a mix of relaxation – and adrenaline-fuelled activities, it has emerged.
It’s a bad time to be getting a divorce, now that Legal Aid has been refused the 120,000 partners that split in England in Wales every year (unless domestic abuse can be clearly proven).
Children and grandchildren have a good reason to say thank you this grandparent's day. Whether that's for all the free childcare or the good guidance and life skills they have learned from their grandparents.
More than half of UK households are ditching family dinners for home alone time, according to new research.
Relationships which begin in the workplace are more likely to lead to marriage than those which start elsewhere, new research has revealed.
It’s usually women who are expected to be sensitive about getting older, but new research has revealed men are more likely than women to tell white lies about their age.
The third year of marriage is the happiest one, new research has revealed. A study of 2,000 married adults found a year of post-wedding exhilaration is followed by a year of getting to know each other – but the third year marks the point when couples begin to settle into a comfortable co-existence, having come to terms with each other’s imperfections.
Falling wages, low interest rates and rising house prices means that Britons now don't grow up until far later in life, according to specialist over 50s insurance provider RIAS.
One in three step-parents have such a difficult relationship with their step-children they cannot wait until they leave home, research has shown.
For many Brits love is more visually impaired than blind, when it comes to money, a new survey has revealed.
We all know how hard it can be to always get your kids to do as you ask but a nationwide survey of parents reveals that almost two out of three mums and dads resort to rewarding their children in return for behaving properly and doing simple tasks– even brushing their teeth!
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