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'We have never been taught how to be relationship-smart;
Happy relationships often happen by trial and error.'

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'Good relationships don’t just happen.
You need to work at creating the relationship you want-do you know how?'

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'No one is immune from relationship break-up.
Our sobering divorce statistics is proof of this.'

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Don’t give up on your relationship when it gets ‘bumpy;
Many regret doing so. You can learn to be relationship-smarter

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It is never too late to start strengthening your relationships;
Small interventions can make long term differences

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Are you relationship-smart or do you want to be relationship-smarter?

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Join me now. Be part of our national family and be empowered to be ‘relationship-smarter;
Together we can transform your relationships and our society.

'You can be the change you wish to see in the world... Ghandi.'

Sheela’s News

Topic of the week

Marriage falls out of favour for young Europeans as austerity and apathy bite

Today in the UK, there is also a trend of falling numbers of marriages. But, marriage still remains the most common type of family in the UK. In 2013, of the 18.2 million families in the UK, about 2/3rds i.e. 12.3 million people are married with or without children.

But cohabitation is the fastest growing family type in the UK today with approximately 6 million couples cohabiting in 2013. Follow this link and have your say on my blog.

How happy are you in your relationship?

  • On a scale of 1-10, how do you rate your relationship?
  • Do you aspire to have a better and stronger relationship but don’t know how to do it?
  • What is life without love and happy relationships? We aspire to have happy relationships. A good relationship is a huge accomplishment. But not all of us are lucky enough to have it.

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Divorce Statistics for 2012 in England & Wales (latest figures from the 2012 Office for National Statistics (ONS).