## ## Mel Morris reveals record sponsorship deal offer after Derby County sign Wayne Rooney
Rooney will join the Rams from DC United as player coach in JanuaryDone deal: Rooney joins Rooney: Very excited Cocu: What the boss said Mel: Record sponsorship deal Live: How it unfolded DC United: How they announced Fans: seem real”We are keen to leverage Wayne’s involvement and the support of 32Red with our community initiatives, expanding the work such as the Team Talk mental health programme which is supported by our Community Trust and 32Red.”These are key initiatives to us as a club and demonstrate the benefits of commercial initiatives that are truly aligned to the objectives of all parties, club fanbase and community.”allMost ReadMost RecentMel MorrisDerby County owner Mel Morris tops rich list as fortune is revealedA new report states how much the Rams chairman is currently worthLeeds United fans furious at this EFL message and Derby County fans will love itDerby CountyDerby County news: Whites fans rail at EFL tweeting out highlights of memorable 4 2 win at Elland Road just over a year ago in a historic night for the Championship and RamsFive clubs against Derby County and Championship rivals resuming season reportDerby CountyThree Yorkshires side are said to be among those who want the campaign to be curtailed’Were still going’ How Leeds United’s fans took it one step too far for this Derby County starDerby CountyDerby County news: Mason Mount has told a story of how the Elland Road side’s supporters took it one step too far for Ashley Cole in the build up to last season’s play off epic’God forbid’ Former Derby County boss issues stark warning about resuming seasonDerby CountyFootball in England has been suspended since mid March due to the coronavirus pandemicDerby CountyWhat Derby County can expect when they return to actionThe Rams’ Championship season remains suspended for now but football returned in Germany today’God forbid’ Former Derby County boss issues stark warning about resuming seasonDerby CountyFootball in England has been suspended since mid March due to the coronavirus pandemicDerby County owner Mel Morris tops rich list as fortune is revealedMel MorrisA new report states how much the Rams chairman is currently worthFive clubs against Derby County and Championship rivals resuming season reportDerby CountyThree Yorkshires side are said to be among those who want the campaign to be curtailedLeeds United fans furious at this EFL message and Derby County fans will love itDerby CountyDerby County news: Whites fans rail at EFL tweeting out highlights of memorable 4 2 win at Elland Road just over a year ago in a historic night for the Championship and RamsMost ReadMost RecentLottoLOTTO RESULTS LIVE: winning National Lottery numbers for May 16, 2020The jackpot for tonight stands at 10.7 million
Love and Relationships
Q I have always suffered from anxiety as I grew up in an anxious and very controlled home. As a result, I have a tendency to over focus on my husband behaviour. My main trigger would be how much and how often he drinks. My husband doesn have a drink problem, but like many other men in Ireland, he would drink more than the recommended guidelines. He also vapes, which I tend to focus quite a lot on. I come to the realisation that my urge to control this is the issue, and not my husband behaviour. I would be very grateful if you could help me and advise me on how to deal with these triggers.
## ## Ask the therapist: husband has depression: I feel trapped hate my life
Q My husband suffers from depression and is on medication. We have three children all under 10. I appreciate that he has an illness but I believe that he is using it as an excuse to behave appallingly. He is selfish and self centred and horrible to the kids and me. We are not a team. I do everything in the house and with the kids. It has got even worse since he was diagnosed as now I feel like I can ask him to do anything. I hate my life but I feel like I can leave as it will look awful. It will also throw us into poverty as he is the main breadwinner. I am trapped and I don know what to do.
Two of my best friends and I have a running debate. They are both mothers of three. I have one child. Both are married, I am separated. Both have lost one parent. I have two, fully functioning. Who has it better, or harder, we like to jokingly moan at each other? Partly, it a reference to the fact that at some point, each of us manages to convince ourselves, if only for a moment of secret self pity, that things are hardest for us. At another level, we making the point that actually, life is challenging for all of us in different ways.
Q I went through a terrible breakup and I am still struggling with it now. I went out with my ex boyfriend for over three years until he broke up with me almost two years ago. It was very unexpected and I was absolutely devastated when it happened. He did not really give any definitive reason at the time but made vague statements about us being different and wanting different things. Despite this he said that he loved me and that we just needed some time to work on ourselves and then we could work on our relationship. We had a bit of contact and then he said that I was too much and we needed to move on.
Q I am finding it very difficult to deal with what I see as the hypocrisy of my family. I am a 45 year old woman and I have two younger sisters, both in their 40s also. My sisters would always have been closer to each other than with me, but I am OK with that. All three of us are mothers to pre teen children. My youngest sister kids are quite mean to their cousins my daughter, who is the same age as her oldest, and also their other cousins, who are a year or so younger. I have spoken with my other sister about this and she agrees that their behaviour is appalling but she won say anything to my sister face, and when I bring it up, she stays silent or agrees with my youngest sister when she says my daughter is too sensitive. I feel like I am the only one who ever tells the truth and I am a bit of an outsider because of it. What should I do?