Posts By: Jo Glazebrook

Nottingham Relate Sexual Addiction Recovery Group

The most proven method for treatment of any kind of addiction is conducted within the context of a group environment. Although the prospect of joining a group terrifies most people initially, it often proves to be the single most significant step towards life-long recovery. The reason that the group environment is so important is that… Read more »

Join our Team – We have 2 new job opportunities

Please DO NOT use the ‘Contact Us’ form for application requests, thank you.   We have 2 exciting job opportunities here in Nottingham  Centre Manager – The most senior paid role in the organisation ensuring the effective running of the organisation. The Centre Manager is responsible for leading the development and execution of Relate Nottinghamshire’s long… Read more »

Top tips for commitment woes

With the wedding season now in full swing, many people in Nottinghamshire will be contemplating whether it is time to take their own relationship to the next level.  Whether this means tying the knot, moving in together or simply choosing not to date other people, it all comes down to one three syllable word: commitment…. Read more »

Mindfulness – Press Release

Relate Nottinghamshire follows in celeb footsteps with tips for bringing mindfulness to your relationship and sex life Mindfulness is having a well-deserved moment in the media spotlight with celebrities such as Emma Watson, Goldie Hawn and Gwyneth Paltrow swearing by it.  The seemingly simple act of paying more attention to the present moment has been… Read more »

One in every four deaths among men aged 20-34 in the UK are suicides.

Stephen Fry and Professor Green are among several others who have joined a powerful new campaign to encourage men to talk about mental health, says the Independent: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/features/mental-health-awareness-week-he-was-the-last-person-i-expected-to-take-his-own-life-10240842.html