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8 Signs of a Psychologically Abusive Relationship

Posted on 15 November 2016 by Your Student Life, Supported

Natalie, student Wellbeing Champion, discusses signs of a psychologically abusive relationship. Are you in a happy and healthy relationship? Having a partner is supposed to make feel you happy and secure. If you don’t feel this way, then there may be problems you need to recognise. If you don’t feel secure, comfortable and loved, perhaps
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Relationship goals

Posted on 9 November 2016 by Your Student Life, Supported

Student Wellbeing Champion, Natalie, discusses the real relationship goals… We’ve all seen the hilarious ‘relationship goals’ memes – if you haven’t, a sneaky chortle or two is just a google search away. However, it’s not all hearts and rainbows (or mutual love of a games console, food ect). Perhaps the only real relationship goal is to be in
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Supporting a friend in an abusive relationship

Posted on 2 November 2016 by Your Student Life, Supported

Natalie, Student Wellbeing Champion, shares 6 tips to support a friend in an abusive relationship. Seeing a friend in an abusive relationship can be very scary or frustrating. Even though you want to help, you may feel like you have no control of the situation and be unsure of how to go about it. Whilst it is up to
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TALK: relationship violence support

Posted on 1 November 2016 by Your Student Life, Supported

Natalie, Student Wellbeing Champion, discusses relationship violence and the TALK programme available for students… If you are in a violent relationship or a victim of domestic violence, or if you know someone in that situation, let me tell you about the support available to you from Cardiff University’s Student Support.
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Nervous about going to your university counselling appointment? Here are some tips…

Posted on 18 October 2016 by Your Student Life, Supported

Natalie, Student Wellbeing Champion, talks about her experience with the Counselling, Health and Wellbeing Service and shares her tips to prepare for your first appointment… Accepting that you have a mental illness is not an easy thing to come to terms with.  I have suffered from depression and anxiety and I remember how long it took for me
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