Marriage & relationship counsellor, sexual therapist & author of several self-help books.
Zelda is the Agony Aunt of You in the Mail on Sunday. She has been a marriage and relationships counsellor and sexual therapist for more than 30 years and has written several self-help books. A media spokeswoman and public speaker on relationship issues, she also works as a private counsellor.
Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for You magazine in the Mail on Sunday, looks at the joys of newfound freedom, even when you miss the kids
Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for You magazine in the Mail on Sunday offers her insights on how best to help your children when they have babies of their own
Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for You in the Mail on Sunday, has four fab tips for juggling friends, family and me-time through the holidays
Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for You in the Mail on Sunday, on making new friends and reconnecting with yourself when you’re free from the 9-to-5.
Whether you’ve been married for years or in a new relationship, Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for You in the Mail on Sunday, offers advice for spending quality time together.
Zelda West-Meads on how to support your child or grandchild through the emotional rollercoaster of first relationships.
Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for ‘You’ magazine in the Mail on Sunday, explores the challenges of parent care
Zelda West-Meads, agony aunt for You magazine in the Mail on Sunday, explores ways to connect when you’re becoming a bigger part of a new partner’s life.
Changes happen to all of us at different times, and they’re not all physical. Zelda West-Meads talks us through the highs and lows of menopause.
Zelda explores the emotional demands of one of life’s biggest challenges and the positive ways we can be there for friends and family as they go through it.
Is your family in post-Christmas recovery? Zelda West-Meads explores the causes of festive stress and what you can do about it.
Being over 50 can be one of the most fulfilling times of your life. It’s often a period of change and new opportunities and perhaps more freedom to do what you want to do after many years of responsibilities.
One special Sunday might be about flowers and treats, but now Mother’s Day has gone for another year, we can still show our family how much we value them.
Our Family & Relationships editor shares one of her key personal mantras: it’s always worth making time for the one you love.
Excitement, romance, love, a lasting relationship? Zelda explores the differences between what women are looking for and what men really want from dating.