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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.
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).