Posts Categorized: Press release

New Year peak in calls and Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Counsellors at Relate Nottinghamshire are preparing themselves for an anticipated 20 per cent increase in calls from couples, families and individuals this January, in line with annual trends.* The charity says it hears from many couples and families in the New Year whose relationship issues have come to a head over the Christmas period. It… Read more »

Alcohol Awareness Week – parenting troubled teens

Alcohol Awareness Week- Relate Nottinghamshire issues advice for parents worried about their teenager’s drinking Most teenagers have begun experimenting with alcohol by their mid-teens but this doesn’t make it any less worrying for parents. With the Christmas party season nearly upon us, the chances of your teen being offered a tipple or two are even… Read more »

National Stress Awareness Day

National Stress Awareness Day (NSAD) Wednesday Nov 4th 2015 The 17th National Stress Awareness Day, which is held to celebrate helping people to beat stress will take place on 4 November 2015. The theme this year is “Employee wellbeing as a worthwhile investment in your business”. Do you know the main reasons for stress at… 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 »

Summer is coming – Press release

So what does that mean for relationships?… happy families by the pool in sunny parts, or more adventurous locations, climbing mountains, diving, hiking, etc. Hopefully couples and families enjoy this time, but unfortunately sometimes it brings hidden or ignored stress to the surface. Just spending 24 hours a day with your partner is a big… Read more »