None of us particularly enjoy going to the dentist, but for 30-year-old Sarah Boalch, a trip to the local surgery was out of the question. Her phobia was so severe that she even tried to pull out some of her own teeth to avoid an appointment.
Suffering from constant pain, her fear prevented her from getting help and even impacted on her job as a singer as the crowd made fun of her teeth. Now, at her wits’ end, Sarah has asked for the Speakmans' help.
Will she be able to face the dentist’s drill? It’s time to find out…
With thanks to
Waterside Dental Care, Rochdale
Across the country, today, there are children spending the day in fear. Too frightened to go to school. Too frightened to speak out. Too frightened to tell anyone. Across the country, today, children are being bullied.
As part of 'This Morning's Be Kind' campaign we want you to watch this video. You'll hear from two mums whose children took their own lives as a result of the bullying they experienced. Then hit the pledge button. Pledge to watch this video with your children. Pledge to help your children know they can ask for help, for them to know someone cares and for them to know how important it is to BE KIND.
I'd like to say 'what is it that goes through your head?'
Katie Price is no stranger to public criticism, but she has zero tolerance for online trolls who have continued to target her 14-year-old son Harvey, who is partially blind, autistic and has Prader-Willi syndrome.
Last month, Katie set up an online petition - calling for online abuse to be treated as a criminal offence and those caught to be registered offenders. With over 213,000 signatures on her petition so far, Katie Price is here to tells us why online trolls have forced her to take action and why she’s pledged support of our Be Kind anti-bullying campaign.
Research out today reveals new parents will lose out on more than 650 hours sleep in the first year of their baby’s life, leaving a third feeling depressed and one in 20 even worried their tiredness levels could put them or their baby in danger.
After reflecting on the shocking statistics, parenting expert Jo Frost takes viewers’ calls on their children’s sleep issues - including a question from Laura who can't get her two sons to sleep on time.
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With the general election just 6 weeks away, the political parties are setting out their key manifesto points in a bid to win votes. So will UKIP’s pledge to ban the burka in Britain go down well with the electorate? Party leader Paul Nuttall says the garment is a barrier to social harmony and a security risk - but is he right?
Debating the issue today are Sahar Al-Faifi, who wears a burka herself and believes true integration should mean women can wear what they like, and Dr Taj Hargey, who has backed UKIP’s announcement, believing there is no logic behind Muslim women covering up in the UK.
Carter Wilkerson really loves chicken nuggets. So much so, that it has almost made him the author of one of the most popular tweets of all time - even beating Ellen DeGeneres' popular Oscars selfie!
The 16 year old from Nevada, tweeted fast food restaurant Wendys: 'Yo @Wendys how many retweets for a year of free chicken nuggets?', with a shocking reply of '18 million'! As the story started to spread across Twitter, it soon gained momentum, now with over 3.2million retweets!
Holly and Phillip chat to Carter, and we want to support him on his mission for a year's supply of chicken nuggets, so why not show your support and retweet him below?
I'm really proud of him, because it's been a long time coming
She's the former soap star who found her life splashed across the front pages after her tumultuous relationship with fellow housemate Jeremy McConnell made waves in the Celebrity Big Brother house. Now, after a vicious and very public paternity debate, Stephanie Davis is firmly looking to the future as she juggles new motherhood with the pitfalls of celebrity.
Stephanie joins us on the sofa alongside newborn son Caben-Albi to reveal everything about motherhood, why she’s ready to forgive and forget, and what’s next for her on-off relationship with Jeremy.