Looking forward to chatting to Paul Ross and Gaby Roslin on BBC radio London at 820 about whether marriage is better for children? I know what the research says us and know that I was a single parent for a few years and I did what I thought was a good job. What do you think?
We know all about those friends with fringe benefits – ffbs - and how they can work beautifully for busy people who don't want to be tied down. And then how it can fall apart in so many ways.
Later today my Love Clinic on iVillage UK goes live and I've tackled this dilemma. Check it out under their relationships area if this is happening to you.
TODAY’S TIP: if you're going to have an ffb you've got to be completely honest with each other about whether your feelings are changing.
Ignoring the fact you can tell their feelings are changing - or yours are - can completely mess things up.
What started as such a good idea then ends in tears and worse.
Keep honest, don't hide from the truth, take care of each other, Pamx