Monthly Archives: January 2014

Archie and Jemima’s family detective story

Time to lift the lid I think on DC Network’s current exciting writing project.  No, not another one of my booklets but an hilarious illustrated story book for donor conceived 8 to 12 year olds.  I am part of the … Continue reading

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When love may not be enough

Last week The Guardian gave some Comment is Free space on their website to an opinion piece by Elizabeth Howard, a donor conceived adult.  It took the film Delivery Man as a starting point (she didn’t like it) but then moved on to … Continue reading

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Genes and relationships: the new nature nurture debate

As regular readers of this blog will know, I’m a bit of a Guardian groupie so very exciting to have spent time this weekend inside the paper’s splendid new wavy-edged headquarters in London’s refurbished Kings Cross district.  My Masterclass in … Continue reading

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New findings on acceptance of ‘difference’ and telling behaviour

My preferred reading over the long Christmas and New Year break was Scandinavian noir but my attention was diverted from time to time by a fascinating doctoral thesis written by Astrid Indekeu, the clinical psychologist who brought together the new … Continue reading

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