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Publications and information sheets

Relationships Australia is involved in a wide range of research, practice and social policy activities. Listed below are publications that Relationships Australia has produced or has contributed to over the years, as well as information sheets on a range of relationship topics.
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Resources

Online relationships

Increasingly, many people meet new friends and partners online or through online dating apps. This guide explores some of the issues surrounding online relationships –...
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Parenting and relationships

Advice on parenting and relationships – are children affecting your relationship? What do parents worry about and tips on bringing up children.
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Relationship difficulties

This guide addresses several aspects of relationship difficulties: normal differences and warning signs of a relationship breakdown; problems with sex; acknowledging and dealing with anger;...
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Relationships and community

How to connect to your neighbourhood and community and build positive relationships.
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Relationships and the workplace

Work related difficulties and stress can affect personal and family well-being, just as difficulties at home can affect performance at work. This guide explores the...
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Starting a new relationship

Starting a new relationship is an exciting time. This guide explores topics such as what do you want from a relationship; why do people get...
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Marriage tips

Having a connected, happy and long-lasting marriage requires your continual willingness to work on yourself while courageously showing your vulnerability. This tip sheet covers the...
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Empty nesters

The natural transition period of children growing up, leading more independent lives and leaving the family home, can cause many parents to experience feelings of...
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Blended families

Some of the key challenges for parents creating a blended family, as well as tips on how to ease the transition to a new family...
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