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Our Cymru media team can provide comment and spokespeople on a range of relationship topics. Read our news releases or get in touch to see if we can help you with your story.

If you're looking for a comment or a spokesperson on relationship issues in Wales please contact:

Chief Executive Officer, Gwilym Roberts

Direct line: +44 (0)1792 454415

Email: gwilym.roberts@relatecymru.org.uk

Two Welsh charities suggest relationship resolutions for Mental Health Awareness Week – May 16th to May 22nd 2016

Relate Cymru and Mind Cymru are encouraging people to make a ‘relationship resolution’ in support of Mental Health Awareness Week. Relationships are key to good mental wellbeing – a recent survey by the Office of National Statistics (ONS)...

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Relationships and mental health - improving patient choice in Wales

Key messages There is clear evidence for the link between relationships and both mental health and wellbeing; people in troubled relationships are three times as likely to experience depression as those who aren’t. In addition to...

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Money worries are a top strain on relationships for people in Wales

Money worries are a top strain on relationships for people in Wales New study reveals detailed picture of UK’s relationships   An annual study of more than 6,000 people in the UK has lifted the lid on some of the most personal areas of our...

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Why do relationships matter when we're unwell?

How can policy put relationships at the heart of the health system in Wales? 'The Best Medicine' is Relate's campaign to show that relationships are critical to the nation's health and wellbeing.  Evidence shows that good quality...

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Royal baby fever - Relate Cymru's 5 things to think about before having a second child.

With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s second child due any day from now, many parents will be questioning whether to follow in the royals’ footsteps by adding to their brood. In anticipation of the discussions the royal baby is likely...

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