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  • International Youth Day 2021: Let's talk young farmers & relationships
    11 August 2021


    Hi! I’m Rebecca, and I’m excited to introduce myself to you as Relate NI’s marketing intern for the summer.  I’m currently studying my master’s in marketing in Queens University Belfast, having moved to Northern Ireland in January from a small town in Scotland called Banchory.  In light of International Youth Day 2021’s theme “Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health” I wanted to talk about young farmers,...

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    Jul
    2021
    Relationships Week 2021 - Where do we go from here?
    So Relationships Week 2021 has come to an end and the opportunity for a societal conversation about the importance of healthy relationships is something which appears to have resonated with many people and organisations. While the opportunity is not necessarily a new one, it does appear that something about our last year of the Covid pandemic and associated government restrictions has brought to the forefront of our collective mind the importance of our personal relationships, family, social and...

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  • 11

    Jun
    2021
    Relationships Week 2021 - Love Yourself
      ** Relationships Week is now LIVE! - Click Here to Go To The Relationships Week Landing page **   Relationships Week 2021 will be taking across the UK from 5-11 July, in order to highlight the importance of healthy relationships in our lives and to our wellbeing. As we emerge from the pandemic, many may have found that their self-esteem or self-confidence has taken a hit. While some are itching to get back out socialising or dating, you may find the idea of seeing friends, fami...

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  • 10

    Jun
    2021
    Relationship Support – Brief Encounters to Support Infant Mental Health
    It is well documented that relationship quality between parents, including any unhelpful conflict, can have a negative effect on the development of babies and young children. This is especially true during the first 1001 days, from antenatal to age 2 years, which lays the foundations for both physical and mental wellbeing throughout the lifespan. This is particularly relevant in light of the fact that partners are more likely to experience conflict at times of significant transitions such as t...

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  • 25

    May
    2021
    Relationships on Screen
      Relationships are the cornerstone of our society, not only do they give our lives meaning; they are also fundamental to our health & wellbeing. It's not surprising therefore that relationships are core components of all good films & tv shows. We can learn a lot about our own relationships by seeing similar or other relationships and their struggles potrayed on screen - from how to communicate effectively, have confidence in ourselves or where we may want our relationships to go...

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  • 12

    May
    2021
    Free Wildflower Seeds for Mental Health Awareness Week
      It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and this year’s theme is Connect with Nature! Research shows that there is a link between feeling connected with nature and improved wellbeing. Healthy relationships are also integral to our wellbeing, and spending time in nature with your partner, family or friends is the perfect way to nurture your relationships. To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, we are giving away packs of Irish Wildflower Seeds to the first 20 people in Northe...

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  • 12

    Apr
    2021
    A Year of Pandemic Relationships
    Over the course of the pandemic, Relate NI have been working to provide relationship support to children, young people, individuals, couples, and families, many of whom have felt under pressure from the effects of the pandemic and subsequent lockdown conditions. At various points in the past year, Relate NI have worked with colleagues across the UK in order to best understand the pressures facing relationships. Using the insights from the various pieces of research illustrated below, as well a...

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  • 22

    Mar
    2021
    New Perinatal Counselling Service For Parents Launched With We Are Pangs
    It’s a proven fact that your face is the most interesting thing in the world to your baby and even during pregnancy your baby can sense and learn from the outside world and how you’re feeling. So Mum’s wellbeing, physical and mental, is important not only for mum, but for baby and the family. More than 1 in 10 women develop a mental illness during pregnancy or within the first year after having a baby. At the heart of maternal mental health are relationships. Healthy relation...

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  • 10

    Mar
    2021
    Coping with Bereavement this Mother’s Day
    Sadly, a large number of people in Northern Ireland are about to experience their first Mother’s Day since losing their mum, perhaps to Covid-19. With this in mind, our counselling team have put together some coping tips for anybody who may be grieving on Mother’s Day. Losing a parent is a terrible thing to go through at any time, but when numbers allowed at funerals are restricted and you’re unable to see family and friends for support or a hug, it adds a whole new and unwant...

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  • 12

    Feb
    2021
    Supporting Couples in Lockdown Apart
    We tend to think about the pressures of being locked down together for a long period of time and how this may be impacting on our relationship with those we live with. But for many couples, it’s being locked down apart which is adding relationship pressure. Our Relationships are essential foundations to our health & wellbeing. Through our experience of supporting people and their relationships, we’ve come to understand that relationships not only give our lives meaning, they are...

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