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Many of the NCOPF correspondents recorded their shame led them to social isolation.
(6.) For more on the NCOPF, see Sue Graham-Dixon, Never Darken my Door: Working for Single Parents and their Children, 1918-1978 (London, 1981).
Speaking at the Commonwealth Institute in Kensington, west London, yesterday, Rowling, an ambassador for NCOPF, said: "I feel strongly that one-parent families need a strong voice and professionally-run organisation to enable them to get their views and experiences across.
"The NCOPF is focused on the practical problems lone parents and their children face.
Jo became a patron for the NCOPF two years ago and has donated pounds 500,000 to the charity.
Its main argument that divorce per se poses no inevitable long-term emotional or psychological damage has been welcomed by the National Council for One Parent Families (NCOPF).
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