One morning in late 2015, I found myself in a cafe. It was the day the Serious Crime Act came into force, a law that, other things, aims to protect people who find themselves in a damaging, coercive relationship.
Mark Williams is passionate about fathers mental health. He’s the founder of International Fathers’ Mental health Day, has spoken at numerous conferences and mental health events around the world and works with health professionals to help deliver better care.
At the beginning of summer, I published a very special Q&A with Harry Pratt and Liam Willett, the first men to graduate as nannies from the world-famous Norland College of childcare in its 127-year history. The interview clearly struck a chord as it quickly became one of my most-read blog posts of the year so
A little while ago I received a slightly cryptic email. Would I be interested in interviewing the Wales Rugby captain Alun Wyn Jones? Only thing is, there was a small catch. Alun Wyn wanted to talk about fatherhood and balancing this with being a professional sportsman, not rugby.
As a former journalist, I’m always fascinated to see what other hacks get up to when they move on and change career direction. Singer and songwriter Jessie Ware is a shining example of someone who left the trade behind and found success elsewhere.