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# relationships-ireland - Tuesday 21 February, 2017

Marriage counselling service Relationships Ireland closes over funding issues

18 employees of the company are set to lose their jobs and a further eight counselling contracts have been terminated.

# relationships-ireland - Friday 22 July, 2016

'It's like a death': Divorced people are at higher risk of psychiatric illness in Ireland

Although divorced people accounted for only 4% of all psychiatric admissions, they had the highest rate compared to married or single people.

# relationships-ireland - Tuesday 22 December, 2015

Here's how to deal with any family stress this Christmas

“It’s important to realise that you can’t change the way other people speak to you or treat you, but you can change your response.”

# relationships-ireland - Sunday 31 March, 2013

Column: It can be a crowded nest when you still live at home with your parents

Due to ongoing economic problems the option of leaving the family home to start your own independent life is increasingly being put on the long finger, writes Tony Moore.

# relationships-ireland - Saturday 12 January, 2013

Column: Internet porn needs a warning – ‘may hurt your relationship’

When internet porn becomes a feature in a relationship it can bring catastrophic consequences, writes Eithne Bacuzzi.

# relationships-ireland - Monday 24 December, 2012

Column: How to make it through Christmas in the family home

Days spent cooped up with relatives can be delightful – or much the opposite, writes Lisa O’Hara. Here’s how to handle them.

# relationships-ireland - Saturday 10 November, 2012

Column: Body language – can it tell us what people are thinking and not saying?

Non-verbal communication is key at the beginning of a relationship, but it should be kept up, writes Lisa O’Hara.

# relationships-ireland - Saturday 13 October, 2012

Column: 6 ways to stop arguments getting out of hand

When should you say sorry? Counsellor Lisa O’Hara gives tips on stopping fights before they get out of control.

# relationships-ireland - Saturday 29 September, 2012

Column: 7 ways to stay happy in a long-term relationship

Relationship counsellor Lisa O’Hara gives some practical tips… and explains why marriage is like martial arts.

# relationships-ireland - Tuesday 22 May, 2012

5 pieces of career advice we learned from Charles Handy

The influential Irish-born workplace philosopher is to make a rare appearance in Dublin next month.

# relationships-ireland - Friday 24 June, 2011

Loss of libido a growing issue for Irish men

Major Irish counselling service estimates sexual problems are issue for one-third of couples who seek advice.