Relationships matter. They’re the life-blood of a thriving society and sustain us through the good times and the bad. Our 2015 relationships study gives a unique insight into the home lives, working lives, social lives and sex lives of people in the UK. The results highlight the importance of looking after our relationships – and making… Read more »
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Katie’s parents finally split up after months of arguing, uncertainty and anger. She worries about money, about how her mum will cope, about telling her friends at school. She even worries that it was somehow all her fault. She is only 13. But she doesn’t want to burden either of her parents, so she won’t… Read more »
Find out more about Relate’s The Best Medicine campaign.
New ‘Relate Guide to Sex and Intimacy’ says just thinking differently could save our sex lives. Find out more.
Relationships matter. Good quality relationships with partners, families, friends and wider social networks provide meaning to our lives and are central to our identity. But they also hold the keys to our health and wellbeing; to our ability to engage in and progress in education and at work, to our long term life chances and… Read more »
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today (Monday 1 June 2015) opened a public consultation on its draft clinical guideline on the diagnosis and management of menopause. Find out more
Martin McShane, Director for Patients with Long Term Conditions for NHS England, explains the importance of relationships to health and wellbeing at ?The Best Medicine campaign launch.
David Brindle, Public Services Editor for The Guardian, speaking at the launch of Relate’s The Best Medicine campaign about the link between relationships and health.
Family time tops Christmas lists in the South of England New Relate survey reveals the region’s festive hopes and worries 89% of people in the South of England said spending time with immediate family is important to them for a happy Christmas this year* 86% of people in the South of England rated avoiding family… Read more »