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What do kids really think about...

What a crazy start to 2020, not only have we been working and doing online schooling from home but we have also spent weekends, school...
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How many balls are we juggling?...

I have this amazing friend. She’s warm, generous, funny and creative. She’s a mum, a teacher, a wife and the kind of friend that comes...
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Helping families adjust to bringing a...

For a lot of women, having a baby in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic has meant having to accept it is not what they...
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The shattered dream – separated under...

Being separated while still living in the same home with your spouse or partner is one of the biggest challenges a couple can face. If...
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Emotional ergonomics at home

Relationships Australia NSW suggests we focus on our emotional as well as our workstation ergonomics at this difficult time. We need to look at our...
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Your self-isolation checklist

With the majority of Australians practicing social distancing and self-isolation we know there have been concerns on how people can pass the time and avoid...
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“Why are we all a bit...

“Why are we all a bit grumpy at the moment?” This question from my 8 year old walking back from an appropriately socially distanced kick...
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Co-parenting in the COVID-19 world –...

Life as a separated parent can be a challenge at the best of times and parenting can be both a joy and a stress, but...
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Why Valentine’s Day should be every...

Every year on Valentine’s Day there is a lot of love in the air. It is a day where red roses, chocolates, love songs and...
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How can we avoid fighting on...

It seems everyone has a story about arguing with their partner on holidays/while travelling. What is it about the experience that may breed conflict? Are...
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Christmas time hints and tips to...

It’s interesting that many people comment about how quickly Christmas comes around, and here we are again. Christmas is generally associated as a time where...
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Good relationships and good mental health:...

If we are surrounded by people who love and care for us, all aspects of our physical, emotional and mental health will be more stable,...
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Wise co-parenting while still furious at...

We all start a romantic relationship or marriage with the best of intentions and the belief that it will last forever. It can therefore be...
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Technology & devices – how they...

Just as television did after its arrival in the late 1950s, technological devices like smartphones, laptops and tablets have become integral to our lives and...
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Deciding to leave or stay in...

Most romantic relationships begin where everything is lovey-dovey and your time together as a couple is just wonderful. But once children, property and finances are...
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Older children whose parents divorce

When parents separate, often the focus falls to the younger children of the family, and understandably so. There is ample evidence of the potential negative...
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Having protective conversations with children

Most parents will instinctively want to feel that their child feels safe and secure every day of their young lives. Part of that process is...
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Strengthening separated families in Blacktown

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Can your relationship survive children?

When Yvonne and Mark were newlyweds, they remember the fire-works that flew across the room. “He could be standing anywhere,” Yvonne recalls “and I swear...
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Torn between splitting parents

NAVIGATING THE FRAGILE WORLD OF SEPARATION AND DIVORCE WITH KIDS A month after her husband abruptly packed his bags and left, thirty-eight year old Elle...
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Relationships and family

Relationships and family At Relationships Australia NSW, we understand how challenging family life can be from time to time. Arguments, disagreements can cause considerable distress,...
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