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Read more at: Children are happy in LGBTQ families – they should be at the heart of policy decisions to end stigma. An article by Susan Golombok.

Children are happy in LGBTQ families – they should be at the heart of policy decisions to end stigma. An article by Susan Golombok.


Read more at: Congratulations to Susie Bower-Brown and Anja McConnachie - their chapter is out this week in the report "Families with LGBTQ children or parents"

Congratulations to Susie Bower-Brown and Anja McConnachie - their chapter is out this week in the report "Families with LGBTQ children or parents"


Read more at: CFR team win the Mental Health Group Prize at the ASRM conference

CFR team win the Mental Health Group Prize at the ASRM conference


Read more at: Congratulations to Susan Golombok who has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

Congratulations to Susan Golombok who has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences


Read more at: Susan Glombok's new book "We Are Family" is published today

Susan Glombok's new book "We Are Family" is published today


Read more at: ‘Terrible twos’ not inevitable: with engaged parenting, happy babies can become happy toddlers

‘Terrible twos’ not inevitable: with engaged parenting, happy babies can become happy toddlers


Read more at: Launch of study on the Family Impact of COVID-19

Launch of study on the Family Impact of COVID-19


Read more at: Useful information during these uncertain times

Useful information during these uncertain times


Read more at: The family in 2050: artificial wombs, robot carers and the rise of single fathers by choice. Guardian article by Emine Saner, Susan Golombok contributor.

The family in 2050: artificial wombs, robot carers and the rise of single fathers by choice. Guardian article by Emine Saner, Susan Golombok contributor.


Read more at: There's been lots of press interest for Claire Hughes' new paper: Parental Wellbeing, Couple Relationship Quality and Children’s Behavioral Problems in the First Two Years of Life. Please follow the links attached to read more.

There's been lots of press interest for Claire Hughes' new paper: Parental Wellbeing, Couple Relationship Quality and Children’s Behavioral Problems in the First Two Years of Life. Please follow the links attached to read more.


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