Posts Categorized: News

Breaking Point and Relationship Distress

Evidence shows that good quality relationships are central to good health and wellbeing – for adults and children – while distressed relationships are major risk factors for poor mental and physical health. However, until now, we have lacked detailed national data on levels of relationship distress. This report provides new analysis of data from the… Read more »

Christmas opening hours

Relate Nottinghamshire will close on December 23rd at 2pm and reopen on January 4th 2016 at 9am We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Ten tips for a happy relationship

1. Talk constructively How you say things is as important as what you’re saying. If you and your partner are having a disagreement, don’t just attack them or go all-out criticising. Why not try using ‘I’ statements? By saying ‘I feel’ rather than ‘You always…’ you’re taking responsibility for your emotions and your partner won’t… Read more »

GroceryAid

GroceryAid has partnered with Relate to provide free relationship counselling and support for grocery colleagues in England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Relate has over 75 years’ experience of providing relationship support to individuals, couples and families and they help over one million people in the UK every year. Relate counsellors and therapists are… 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