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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..
Adult children of divorce speak about their experiences
From a blog by Leila Miller
Not only does the pain of divorce continue into adulthood, but the suffering is not lessened even if the child experienced a 'good divorce'.
Learning to Thrive - Beyond Inequality + Poverty
From a talk by Barry Wright, Principal, Webb Memor
Poverty is simply a symptom of what is going wrong. Rather than fixing what is going wrong, we have to imagine what we would want.
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