Self Help Resources Relationships
Information about healthy relationships, healthy fighting, as well as relationship violence
While the early months of a relationship are often effortless and exciting, successful long-term relationships involve ongoing effort and compromise by both partners. Because relationship skills are rarely "taught", sometimes one or both partners just may not know how to establish and maintain a healthy and mutually satisfying relationship.
Information regarding healthy and unhealthy relationships and many other self-help resources
Information about healthy relationships, loneliness, and break-ups
Information about challenges and issues faced by college students.
Interactive web-site from the Columbia University Health Services. Includes lively answers to questions commonly asked by college students in many areas, including general health, sexuality, fitness and nutrition, drugs and alcohol, relationships, and emotional well-being.
The Unabridged Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection
Bradshaw, John. Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing Your Inner Child. Bantam Books; 1992.
Bradshaw, John. Bradshaw On: The Family. Health Communications, Inc.; 1992.
Clunis, D. Merilee & Green, G. Dorsey. Lesbian Couples: A Guide to Creating Healthy Relationships. Avalon Publishing Group; 2005.
Draschil, Sheryl. I Need You: The Ultimate Relationship Guide. Llumina Press; 2003.
Hendricks, Gaylord & Hendricks, Kathlyn. Conscious Loving. Bantam Books; 1991.
Hendrix, Harville. Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples. Henry Holt & Company, Inc.; 2001.
Middleton-Moz, Jane, Todd, Piaco, & Tener, Lisa. The Ultimate Guide to Transforming Anger: Dynamic Tools for Healthy Relationships. Health Communications, Inc.; 2005.
Pimental-Habib, Richard. The Power of a Partner: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Gay & Lesbian Relationships, Vol. 1. Alyson Publications; 2002.
Schnarch, David. Passionate Marriage: Keeping Love & Intimacy Alive in Committed Relationships. Henry Holt & Company, Inc.; 1998.
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