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    Commission Us - Reducing Parental Conflict

Stronger Families and Parenting Together Support

The Parenting Together and Stronger Families programmes have now closed for referrals.

If you experiencing difficulties with your relationship or parenting, we have a number of services, including low cost options, that you can find more about here.

You can also potentially receive fee support from your local Early Help team, please find them on your local authority website for the range of services they offer.


Why parental relationships matter

There are times when we are all under stress but while conflict is part of family life for everyone, sometimes difficulties between parents – whether they are living together or have separated - can get in the way of being able to manage life at your best.

If you are experiencing conflict with your partner, or your ex-partner, there may be a lack of warmth or emotional connection between you, or rows and arguments that get stuck or become out of control; you might find that these happen often and are hard to sort out by yourselves.

Whether together or separated, how we interact with each other as parents has a big impact on our children.

Research shows us that conflict between parents can have a negative effect on children’s development – on their mental and physical health, problems at school, sleep difficulties and the relationships they themselves make as they grow up.

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