Family and relationship services and relationship-based prevention and early intervention programmes can address many risk processes that lead to health and social problems, while also building supportive relationships.
Family and relationship services may increase protective factors for children and families at high risk of health and social problems
28 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Health and Wellness Scale explores health-related relationship challenges couples face as they get older
In couple assessment, resilience, Retirement
21 February 2019 | 0 Comments
For married couples, a focus on how they resolve conflict, react to daily stressors and interact with each other can reduce stress - significantly
In Conflict, Stress, married couples, listening
17 February 2019 | 0 Comments
In MAREAA, marriage and relationship education, relationship education, relationships, Date night, Valentines Day
14 February 2019 | 0 Comments
By Robyn Donnelly, Co-ordinator Marriage and Relationship Education - CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning.
What a lovely reminder Valentine’s Day on 14th February is for those in a relationship – however it is a timely reminder that we should be thinking about what we should be doing daily for our partner.
07 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Encourage couples that are thinking about or planning their marriage to see the value of taking Prepare earlier rather than later in the marriage planning process.
In love, relationships, family activities, Date night, Valentines Day
03 February 2019 | 0 Comments
With Valentines day just around the corner happening on the 14th of February, kids can sometimes pose a problem when planning out the perfect date. We at PREPARE/ENRICH Australia thought it would be great to come up with 14 date ideas to help parents and married couples! Some ideas have the kids involved, some do not, so pick and choose or possibly use our ideas as inspiration for your own special date.
In love, Heart Disease, Valentines Day, charity
01 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Whether it's your significant other, family, or someone close to you. Wear red in memory of someone you have lost to heart disease.
As you plan out your special evening with your partner for Valentines day, perhaps take the initiative and dress in red for the special occasion. Why wear red? To simply spread awareness of Heart Disease and research in order to find the cure as soon as possible.