After the Affair
Finding out your partner has had an affair can feel like the ultimate betrayal and learning to trust again is difficult and painful. "After the Affair" takes a frank look at the reasons why people have affairs and the devastating effects they may have - this edition covers how the internet has grown hugely; websites such as Facebook have mushroomed; and mobile phones have become ubiquitous.
- 64.1% of Britons are happy with their work-life balance
- 27% of us feel lonely a lot of the time
- One in four parents keep in touch with their kids using social networking sites such as Facebook
These are some of the findings of The Way We Are Now, the first ever definitive report into the state of the UK's relationships, conducted jointly by phone and broadband firm TalkTalk and relationship experts Relate.
The report, published on 29th September 2010, takes an in-depth look into the nation's relationships with their families, friends, partners and work colleagues.
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- BBC Health
- British Association for Sexual and Relationship Therapy
- Consumer Credit Counselling Service
- Family Doctor books
- Money Advice Service
- National Autistic Society
- One Plus One
- Relationships Scotland
- Sorting out separation web app
- UK Council for Psychotherapists
- Women’s Aid
- WPF Counselling & Psychotherapy
What type of person are you in a relationship?