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Yesterday’s News


Saturday 7 September, 2013

Column: Should you stay friends with your ex?

It is possible to stay friends with your ex – but there are some serious questions you both have to answer before that can happen, writes Lisa O’Hara.

Sunday 28 July, 2013

Column: OK! magazine shouldn’t be discussing Kate’s baby weight

New mothers need reassurance and support; not their baby weight and when they are going to lose it being discussed by a nation, writes Lisa O’Hara.

Monday 24 December, 2012

Column: How to make it through Christmas in the family home

Days spent cooped up with relatives can be delightful – or much the opposite, writes Lisa O’Hara. Here’s how to handle them.

Monday 17 December, 2012

Column: How to stop the work Christmas party ending in disaster

Ill-advised smooch with a colleague? Candid chat with the boss? They’re all too common – but both can be avoided, writes Lisa O’Hara.


Saturday 24 November, 2012

Column: Can a relationship really survive if someone is unfaithful?

Like a car crash, an infidelity causes trauma, writes Lisa O’Hara. Is it possible to get past that?

Saturday 10 November, 2012

Column: Body language – can it tell us what people are thinking and not saying?

Non-verbal communication is key at the beginning of a relationship, but it should be kept up, writes Lisa O’Hara.

Saturday 3 November, 2012

Column: How to forgive somebody you love

We all get hurt by others from time to time, writes Lisa O’Hara. Here’s what you can do about it.

Saturday 13 October, 2012

Column: 6 ways to stop arguments getting out of hand

When should you say sorry? Counsellor Lisa O’Hara gives tips on stopping fights before they get out of control.

Saturday 29 September, 2012

Column: 7 ways to stay happy in a long-term relationship

Relationship counsellor Lisa O’Hara gives some practical tips… and explains why marriage is like martial arts.