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Healthy relationships in parenting

Healthy relationships in parenting

Healthy relationships are also important for yours and your babies’, children and young people’s wellbeing.

All relationships have tricky moments, it's how they’re experienced and resolved that matters.

There are many factors that can affect relationships. It can sometimes seem difficult to support each other during times but it's best to reach out to someone and talk about how you are feeling.

If you're worried about your relationship, try, and talk about it. You can speak to a friend or family member, but you can also talk to your healthcare professional.

Where to go for more information and support

See more information about feelings, relationships and pregnancy and Relationships after having a baby from the NHS.

The Relationships Matter website can give tips on how to improve your relationship, help you work out what needs to happen and signpost you to organisations that can help.

Independent Domestic Abuse Service (IDAS) is the largest specialist charity in Yorkshire supporting anyone experiencing or affected by domestic abuse or sexual violence.

Dad pad is the essential guide for new dads, developed with the NHS. There is a free app available or a wipe-clean page book to purchase.

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