Join HRI, the Guilford County Family Justice Center, the UNCG Campus Violence Response Center, YWCA High Point, and the UNCG Center for Student Well-being for this event as part of our Abuse Is Never Okay – Guilford County kickoff in
Assumptions often lead to misunderstanding within relationships. Avoid making assumptions and try your best to engage in positive communication and aim for understanding instead!
Practicing gratitude and recognizing the little moments of joy within our relationships can amount to greater happiness and satisfaction!
In healthy relationships, both people are able to express their own beliefs and values, engage in separate interests, and maintain individual friendships.
Healthy relationships are filled with ups and downs and require time, patience, and commitment to overcome challenges and continue to build connection over time.
Sibling relationships are complex and layered, and sometimes they can be really challenging to navigate. If you find yourself struggling with how to best support your children in developing a healthy sibling relationship and are unsure of what your
Parentification occurs when one child takes on a parenting role to take care of another sibling, or in some cases, a parent. This may look like making lunches or cooking dinner for the family, cleaning the home, paying the
A great way to support healthy sibling relationships is to spend individual time with each child! Finding the time to plan individual activities with each child can be challenging when you’re juggling a busy schedule; however, it can make
Encouraging sibling bonding time is also a great way to promote healthy interactions and foster a strong relationship between your kids. This ensures that, even when schedules get hectic and life feels chaotic, your kids can count on having time