Calls to the Relationship Helpline are free on 0808 802 2088 from landlines and mobiles. Callers who might benefit from more focused counselling and support can access it through the helpline and there is no charge for this service.
Who can I speak to about relationship problems?
To start talking about your relationship issues, a therapist or counselor is the best person to help you work and improve your mental health. However, if you dont have access to a licensed therapist or counselor to begin talking about your relationship, you can always check for social work projects near you.
Where can I get help for my relationship?
Crisis Help and SupportOrganisationContact NumberFamily Relationship Advice Line1800 050 321Parentline Australia1300 301 300The Line1800 MYLINE (1800 695 463)Tresillian1800 637 357 free call NSW or 02 9787 0855 nationally12 more rows
How do I talk to my relationship problems?
These tips can help ease tough talks.Give up the need to be right. Choose the right time to talk. Start the conversation positively. Stay focused on the problem at hand. While your partner is talking, just listen. Reflect what you hear even if you dont agree. Fight fair. Try to find something you agree with.More items