It's confession time on Wednesday's This Morning, as Denise Robertson offers advice on the things you're keeping quiet. Have you got a secret you need to get off your chest? Is someone YOU know playing away and you don't know what to do - or maybe you're covering up a mistake you've made at work?
Perhaps it's not as serious as all that. Maybe you've ruined a dress your friend leant you, or you're feeling guilty about a prank you've played on someone. Whatever it is, email email@example.com with your phone number by 11am on Wednesday 30th July for a chance to speak to Denise live on air. You must be 18 or over. Full terms and conditions at itv.com/terms.
Gemma McKee was a professional dancer and stunt performer but two years ago her career was ruined in under a minute. During a synchronised dive routine she smashed both of her heels in half and was told she would never walk again.
With the help of her great dane Cesar she gradually got back on her feet but at the beginning of this year she was left heartbroken when Cesar suffered a back injury, leaving him unable to use his rear legs. Determined to help him like he helped her Cesar is now back on his feet with the help of a specialised cart. Gemma and Cesar are both here today.
Karen Atkinson was just 11 years old when she tried her first cigarette - succumbing to peer pressure for fear of looking un-cool. However, one puff soon turned into many, and age 13 she was trying cocaine and ecstasy, becoming addicted age 15.
It wasn't until she witnessed an overdose, that she decided to turn her life around. Today, she's joined by her mum Linda who both believe parents need to be more aware about the initial signs of drug abuse, and that both communication and education is an absolute must to keep children safe.
This month marks the 200th anniversary of the seaside pier! And with weather hotter than the Mediterranean and more people deciding to holiday at home than ever before, there has been no better time to celebrate and visit some of our best British seaside resorts.
TravelSupermarket's Bob Atkinson runs us through his top 10 seaside staycations with some great ideas of things to keep the kids entertained and places to stay.
Would you let a three year have their ears pierced? Wear make-up? Have a spray tan? That's what Eamonn and Ruth are asking as they pick their best bit of the day's show: a meeting with the mums of three very 'blinged up' babies.
Do you ever worry about your child 'getting in' with the wrong crowd or being led astray by friends at school? On Tuesday's show, Eamonn and Ruth be will taking your calls on the subject.
For the chance to get a reply on the show, send a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org, summing up your problem, with your name and telephone number. You must be 18 or over, and we need your emails by 11am on Tuesday 29 July 2014. Terms can be viewed at itv.com/terms.
Martin Lewis is back and ready to take questions on all your money matters, from worries about where to bank to concerns about cash ISAs! First up, travel insurance.
Next our finance guru gave his advice on where best to save a lump sum.
Twenty-nine-year-old Natasha Tormey was born into a religious cult called The Children of God.
To the outside world the sect presented a wholesome image of a Christian family living in harmony, but behind closed doors Natasha was torn away from her parents and brainwashed, regularly beaten and raped from the age of four.
She describes her horrific ordeal above, and then reveals how she finally escaped the cult at the age of 18.