Family relationships and homesickness can affect how you feel. Find out where to get help and what support is available.
Family and relationships
- Family and relationships
Advice on family relationships from Off the Record, a Bristol-based charity supporting young people's mental health.
- Love Respect
How to spot unhealthy or abusive behaviour in relationships, and what to do about it. Online support from Women's Aid, a national charity working to end abuse against women and children.
- Mothers for Mothers
Provide support groups for mothers who have suffered with depression or distress following the birth of their baby.
- Student Minds: Starting university
Moving away from home and leaving friends and family can be unsettling. These guides provide practical tips and advice on settling in.
- Cruse: coping with grief
Grief is a natural process, but for some it can be devastating. Learn more about coping with grief.
- Cruse bereavement care
Cruse is the UK's bereavement charity. Learn about what you are feeling and what can help including their helpline and webchat.
- Your Amazing Mind podcast: Bereavement
Lin’s story about her personal and emotional account of how she experienced bereavement.
These resources have been recommended by our team of health and wellbeing specialists.
We hope you find them useful. However, please be aware that the University is not responsible for the content of any external sites listed.
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