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Relate Plymouth and South Devon are seeking qualified trainers for the centres in Plymouth and South Devon.

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Relate Plymouth is seeking a trained mediator to help develop the Mediation Service from their Plymouth and South Devon Centre’s

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Relate’s top tips for revitalising our sex lives

For many couples, especially those in long term relationships, sex can sometimes leave something to be desired. So Relate Plymouth and South Devon is encouraging couples to try a few new things and enjoy reaping the rewards. Read More...

We are living through a huge demographic shift in the UK. There are now more pensioners than there are children under 16, and by 2025 half the UK population will be over 50.

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Could your child’s phone be making them UNSOCIABLE? Two thirds of parents worry their children can’t interact with people
Researchers polled a total of 2,002 parents and their children
A third of children said they check for messages several times an hour
While almost two thirds admitted to using their devices in bed
A third of parents and their children use devices at the dinner table
More than half of parents said they worry about their child’s tech habits
However, 30% blamed their usage on the bad examples set by their parents

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Quarter of children are growing up in unhappy family home
A quarter of children are growing up in a family where their parents are in an unhappy relationship, new figures reveal.

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New government report shows that Relate’s couple counselling delivers £11.40 of benefit for every £1 spent

An independent new evaluation of relationship support services has demonstrated clear financial and emotional benefits to individuals and society as a whole. Specifically, the Department for Education-commissioned report found that Relate’s couple counselling service delivers £11.40 of benefit respectively for every £1 spent*. This is calculated by looking at what costs are saved by reducing the likelihood of relationship breakdown.

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The Mental Health Foundation, Rethink Mental Illness, Mind, the NHS Confederation Mental Health Network and the Centre for Mental Health and the Royal College of Psychiatrists have released a letter on Wednesday warning that planned cuts for next year will put lives at risk as the system is already underfunded.

One charity says half of early intervention programmes aimed at young people have been cut in the past year.

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Separation is not an easy time for anybody, but is especially difficult when children are involved. Although you or your partner may have called time on your relationship, you are still potentially going to have to keep on communicating and negotiating around parenting issues, child care agreements and appear socially together for future family events such as christenings, graduations and weddings. Research shows that separating well means better outcomes for all of the family.

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Give elderly couples the support they need to stay together or we will face ‘escalating’ pressure on the car system, Tory MP Andrew Selous warns

When family breakdown is mentioned in the media it almost almost always the impact on children and younger adults that is referred to.

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Everyone needs help now and again. At Relate Plymouth and South Devon, we’ve created ‘Young Minds’, a support and counselling service to help young carers with the help of Plymouth City Council.

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