Since its launch, ondivorce has received emails requesting that relationship, as well as legal and financial, advice is featured on the site on an almost daily basis. Over this period we have been fortunate enough to come into contact with, and gain the support of, many organisations and individuals who apply their skills, knowledge and expertise to helping those directly and indirectly involved in divorce and separation. With this in mind we would encourage visiting the following sites, where objective advice is available to help you make the best decisions.Susan Quilliam
Susan is one of Britain's top relationship psychologists and agony aunts, as well as being a spokesperson for Relate and the Samaritans, Susan has previously been an agony aunt for FHM magazine, "That's Life" magazine and ITV Teletext. She has written sixteen books including the Relate Guide to Staying Together and Stop Arguing, Start Talking. As well as being able to contact Susan on her site, you can read book extracts and reviews.Dear Denise
Denise Robertson will be familiar as the agony aunt on Granada TV's This Morning programme. Denise's website enables her to reach many more people who are in need of expert advice.
Phillip is widely known on UK television and radio as both a writer and presenter. He has written problem pages for five UK newspapers and nine magazines including Cosmopolitan, SHE, Woman's Journal and First Magazine in the USA.
Part of a much larger site, Christine Webber and Dr David Delvin are committed to bringing you objective, uncensored and useful information.
Gladeana McMahon, a former agony aunt for GMTV, is a senior registered practitioner of the BACP and BACBP and Accredited Cognitive-Behavioural Psychotherapist. She has written and edited a number of books and has many years' experience of working with a diverse range of clients and client problems. Gladeana can be contacted through her website.
Suzie is author of many books whose subjects include relationships and divorce, an example of which is the Relate Guide to Second Families.