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: 'Why do I prefer my own company?' Relate's Head of Clinical Practice, Ammanda Major replies to a man who, after experiencing financial abuse, finds that he's withdrawing from his wife.
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The Agony Aunt Deirdre Sanders advises a woman having an affair with a married man, as her spouse begs her to come back.
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Relate Nov 13
How to survive the traumas of death, cancer and divorce and start dating again. Relate's Ammanda Major encourages women to listen to themselves carefully before rushing in headlong to something new.
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Relate Nov 13
The Relate Annual Review 2018/19 is now available. Discover Relate's work in more detail and find out about the impact of the work we do. Download a copy here:
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Relate Nov 13
'How we survived our first years as parents without breaking up.' As one in five couples split during their child's first year, three couples share their experiences with .
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Relate Nov 12
'I was able to convey my fears and in turn my partner was able to speak about his concerns - we communicated properly for the first time in ages.' Help people like John from Blandford turn his relationship around by making a donation to Relate today.
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Relate Nov 12
Adultery: how to recover from infidelity. COSRT psychotherapist Sarah Calvert talks to about the nature of and how it can mean different things to different people.
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Relate Nov 12
Relate is there for all ageas and for all stages - find your local Relate centre at and watch this film, featuring Relate Cambridge and made by Alex Nunes -
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Relate Nov 12
First Dates' Fred Sirieux gives his top tips for dating 'Confidence is attractive, so just go and enjoy yourself – no matter what age you are.' Relate's Martin Burrow provides the clinical perspective.
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Make (Good) Trouble Nov 11
"There's always a plus side..." Tonight's guests talking Family Breakups with are , Dan from , Alex from and education specialist . 8pm & online
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Make (Good) Trouble Nov 11
Huge thanks to all tonight's guests , Alex from , and Dan from . If you missed our discussion about Family Breakups, you can catch up online
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The Charity for Civil Servants Nov 9
People came to us for help more than 48,000 times in 2018. Read our indepth Impact Report here to better understand exactly how we were able to support your community:
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The Charity for Civil Servants Nov 10
Hear directly from the people we help by listening to our podcasts. Cecilia, Anthonia, Cindy, Adam, Paula and Breda all tell their stories and explain how the Charity supported them. Listen now
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Make (Good) Trouble Nov 11
Getting through a family breakup can be hard for parents and children. But there are positives says Alex from . Catch up on Family Breakups online -
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Relate Bradford Nov 11
We’re hiring; Head of Service Delivery and Development. Closing date: 22 November. Interview date: 5 December.
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Relate Nov 11
Families can be a source of support, encouragement and love but sometimes relationships within families are put under strain and family members feel isolated or overlooked. Relate offers family at many of its locations.
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Relate Nov 11
'My partner drinks too much - what can I do?' While this year, the focus of is your own relationship with alcohol, the effect on the dynamic can be devastating.
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Relate Nov 11
Ask Fiona: 'My partner is really jealous'
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Relate Nov 11
Relationship therapist and Relate book author Paula Hall talks about intercourse + sex addiction and refers people to their nearest Relate:
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CABA Nov 6
Our recent research shows that the average working adult feels stressed for a third of the working day! What advice would you give someone to de-stress and stop them from boiling over?
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