Take a Break is a unique and vibrant community of three million women. Every week our readers talk to one another through the magazine. It's already a big conversation. And it's getting even bigger.
We have created a range of groups on-line where people can share their thoughts, describe their concerns and express their hopes. It's a way of learning from other Take a Break readers interested in the same things - from motherhood to military, from work to widowhood, from cancer to carers.
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Sperm Donors: Saints or Sex Pests?
Big Wedding, Big Waste
Partners Who Cheat
Wayne Rooney: would you or wouldn't you?
Making Christmas Memorable
Mums' Xmas Swap Shop
Is marriage for life?
Sex and the Internet
Wedding Dress Day 2010
Clairvoyants: Are they genuine?
Take a Break's Alive and Kicking Campaign
Genetic Sexual Attraction
Kids Deserve Good Dads
Think of Others
Mums Say No
Justice For Holiday Sex Attack Victims
My baby, my breast, my choice
My Family Tree Surprises
Blokes vs Kids
Take The Toyboy Pledge
Take a Break's Campaign for Real Childhood
Take a Break's Good Enough Mums
Take a Break's Respect Our Kids Campaign
Take a Break's Sleep Support
Take a Break's Women's Watch
Breast Reduction Alliance
Take a Buddy Support
Alzheimers, Strokes and Brain Injuries
Bringing Up Children
Cot death, Miscarriage and Still Birth
Diet, Weight Loss & Healthy Eating
Families of Suicide Victims
Helping a Loved One to Die
Living on Benefits
Losing a spouse after many years
Parents of Special Needs Children
The Betrayed Wives Survivors' Club
Young People Bereavement