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Empty-handed ministers - 2
Are You a Good Neighbour? is an online course designed to help you apply the principles of helping without hurting in everyday life—and take the first steps toward building personal relationships with people in poverty.
Marriage is best for long-term happiness
From an article in the Journal of Happiness Studie
Those who marry are more satisfied than those who remain single. The benefits of marriage persist in the long-term. Marriage seems to be most important in middle age. Those who are best friends with their partners have the largest well-being benefits.
Relationship red flags
From a blog by The Institute of Family Studies
Six warning signs that indicate a relationship is in trouble and that are particularly important to root out before they do permanent damage.
Presence is better than presents
From a study in the Journal of Social and Personal
A recent study suggests that small acts of kindness, not grand overtures, make people feel most loved and supported.
In Too Deep: an investigation into debt and relationships
From a report by Relate
Struggling with problem debt can lead to relationship distress, increased conflict, decreased positive communication, mistrust and relationship breakdown.
Family breakdown - a major influence on teen mental health
From a report by The Marriage Foundation
More than a third of children whose parents had split up reported poor mental health, compared to only a fifth with parents who were still together.
From material by No Bully
Each year approximately 30% of students worldwide are the target of bullying. Lives are lost or forever changed. How can we challenge such behaviour?
The success sequence
From a report by AEI and IFS
Divergent paths toward adulthood are associated with markedly different economic fortunes among Millennials.
Restorative justice in schools
Restorative justice programmes have had a measurable impact on school behaviour and educational outcomes.
4 lessons from the longest-running study on happiness
From a TED talk by psychiatrist Robert J. Waldinge
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has tracked the lives of 724 men for 78 years - one of the longest studies of adult life ever done. Some findings..
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