Has the screaming subsided or are the toddler tantrums continuing? Find out in the update from the sanctuary where the three families are liaising with Tanya Byron to find solutions to their child-based woes.
Dr Tanya Byron and Dr Stephen Briers step in to offer insights to Helen Parkinson who can't see eye to eye with her teenage daughters Lucie and Elane. Can their communication breakdown be resolved?
Community midwife Jackie supports mum Rachel, who lost her first baby only a year before, through an emotional delivery, while on the labour ward, the anaesthetist struggles to give an epidural to a woman expecting twins.
Benjamin Fry and Jay Hunt come to the aid of record company PA Rudo Shonwa whose celebrity-style spending has led to debts of £23,000. Can a woman who spends more than Eper week on items including champagne, shoes and private members' clubs be made to see the error of her ways?
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