Take a Break's VOICES FOR WOMEN

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. 

Feeling stuck at home? Then join chums4mums. Want to protect your children from too much sexual imagery? Check out Respect Our Kids. Lost a pet? Chat to someone on Pet Bereavement. Looking for work? Try Jobs4mums.

We're trying to cover all the subjects closest to our readers, using our own websites and Facebook.

Join in our conversation. With your help we'll make it the liveliest in Britain.

Click on the links below:

Take a Break

Take a Break's Women's Voices

Loving Women!

Jobs4Mums

chums4mums

Mums' Army

Coping with Chemo

Mastectomy Pride

mums4justice

Voices For Women

Women & War

Sperm Donors: Saints or Sex Pests?

Brainwaves Roadshow

Big Wedding, Big Waste

Partners Who Cheat

Wayne Rooney: would you or wouldn't you?

Making Christmas Memorable

Mums' Xmas Swap Shop

Step-parents

Is marriage for life?

Sex and the Internet

Glamour Modelling

Wedding Dress Day 2010

Clairvoyants: Are they genuine?

Big families

Take a Break's Alive and Kicking Campaign

Genetic Sexual Attraction

Kids Deserve Good Dads

Think of Others

Mums Say No

Midwife Crisis

Justice For Holiday Sex Attack Victims

My baby, my breast, my choice

My Family Tree Surprises

Housewives' Holiday

Blokes vs Kids

Hums4mums

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

Affairs

Alcoholism

Alzheimers, Strokes and Brain Injuries

Armed Forces

Bringing Up Children

Carers

chums4everyone

Cot death, Miscarriage and Still Birth

Depression

Diet, Weight Loss & Healthy Eating

Divorce

Domestic Violence

Eating disorders

Family Matters

Families of Suicide Victims

Friendship 

Gambling

Helping a Loved One to Die

Infertility

Living on Benefits

Losing a spouse after many years

Panic Attacks

Parents of Special Needs Children

Parkinson's Sufferers

Pet Bereavement

Premature Babies

Self-harm

Surfing4Seniors

Teenage Pregnancy

The Betrayed Wives Survivors' Club

Young People Bereavement

Young Mums

Young Widows