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Just like last year, I’ve decided to hold a “Relationships Week” on Beyond Blue because depression affects so many of our relationships and because my articles on relationships always get a good response.

So, in preparation for Valentine’s Day on Sunday, here’s the line-up this week:




Tuesday

* 12 Ways to Mend a Broken Heart
* Group Beyond Blue: Letting Go of Someone You Thought Loved You

Wednesday

* 12 Ways to Recover from an Emotional Affair
* 10 Signs of an Emotional Affair
* Emotional Affair Support Group

Thursday

* 9 Ways to Affair-Proof Your Marriage
* Video: Date Night
* Rules for Date Night

Friday

* You Deplete Me: 12 Steps to End a Toxic Relationship
* 50 Ways to Keep Your Lover (For Men)
* 50 Ways to Keep Your Lover (For Women)

* Quiz: Are You In a Toxic Relationship?

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