Dandi Hays

Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (417 of 431)
Location: NE Scotland


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Navigating Teenage Depression: A Guide for Parents&hellip by Gordon Parker
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Useful insights, 1 Jan 2012
I found the layout of this book easy to read. I especially appreciated the many descriptions of depression that teenagers themselves gave - it gives useful insight into the many ways they suffer and cope. This would have been even more useful if I could have read it 5 years ago, when it became obvious that my child was suffering from depression.
Alas, the authors make clear how important appropriate intervention and treatment are, which seems to be more available in Australia than has been my experience in the UK.
I have rated this book 4 stars because you may well expect to find some advice on how to cope with your teenager's depression and suggestions on ways to approach… Read more
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!!!, 31 Oct 2011
These are just as bright as the GU10 halogens 50W I have in my kitchen spotlights. Okay, so they are whiter than halogen, which seem yellow by comparison. I bought 1 to see what it was like and now I intend to buy 9 more.
Tefal By Jamie Oliver Clipso P4110769 Pressure Coo&hellip by Tefal
49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
I have used pressure cookers for 35 years, and thought the Clipso would be good because the closing mechanism would be gentler on the wrists, and it certainly is. However, it takes forever to come up to pressure and now that I've had it a few years and need a new seal I cannot get one ANYWHERE.I have contacted tefal, who have not replied, so I am about to buy a Prestige Smartplus 6L having found the 3L version I recently bought so good to use, but needing more capacity. Tefal Clipso was an expensive mistake.

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