Marion Campbell can still visualise the newly divorced woman sitting in her office, "in absolutely delightful form". The client had come to Campbell, one of Ireland's leading divorce lawyers, at the end of "a very, very bad marriage". She had one request: she wanted to keep the family home.
Dr Gabor Maté is the kind of psychiatrist you sense can see into a person's soul. Make a throwaway comment and he leans forward in his big, brown leather chair in the book-lined study of his Vancouver home and asks: "Why do you think that is?" or, "Do you notice what you did with your body language when you said that?"
Saoirse McHugh was 12 when an obsession with food and weight took over her life. "I distinctly remember," she says, "that I started hiding food and bingeing at 13."
Hazel Chu is happy and chatting with her hands wrapped around a 'Little Mrs Lord Mayor' mug when the doorbell rings. She goes to the window and sees a man standing outside. Her mood dims. She calls her husband, who is collecting their three-year-old daughter from creche. She is alone in the house and reassures him she won't open the door.
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