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The following services and links offer information, advice, and intervention on healthy relationships for your family and children.

Healthy Relationships

It’s natural for children and teenagers to be curious about sex and relationships. But for some parents and carers, their child starting a new relationship or becoming sexually active is worrying.

Young people can start relationships online and use tools like social media to stay in touch with their partners. The NSPCC website has advice on supporting your child to have a healthy relationship with the online world.

You may feel anxious or worried about your child’s safety. There is easy-accessible advice to help you understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and tips on what you can do to support your child.




Parental Conflict

Parental conflict, can range from swearing and shouting between parents, to children feeling like they are walking on eggshells when the conflict is more silent. This is known to have a negative impact on the life chances and well-being of children and young people, particularly when conflict happens a lot, and is left unresolved.

The links below take you to a range of websites that can help and advise.