Our relationships are intricately connected to our sense of well-being.

Friends. Co-workers. Romantic partners. Our relationships are all connected to our well-being, and understanding the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships is a key component to optimal mental health. These tools, activities and conversation starters will help equip you to reflect on your current and past relationships and provide you with tools to better communicate and maintain healthy relationships

Learn to effectively communicate and collaborate.

Connection of self-awareness and emotion management to healthy relationships.

Reflect on the importance of asserting personal needs in relationships and respecting the needs of others.

Collaboration and peaceful problem-solving.

Downloadable resources

Printable posters
Printable posters
Printable Posters

Share with your team and post in your office

Printable posters
Printable posters
Printable Posters

Share with your team and post in your office

Activity Cards

Easy actions for you and your colleagues to take together

Activity Cards

Easy actions for you and your colleagues to take together

  Feel All the Feels Worksheets
  Feel All the Feels Worksheets
Worksheets, tips and resources

Stories and activities to use as a team

  Feel All the Feels Worksheets
  Feel All the Feels Worksheets
Worksheets, tips and resources

Stories and activities to use as a team

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Shareable social media graphics

Spread the word with colleagues, family and friends

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Shareable social media graphics

Spread the word with colleagues, family and friends

WE Well-being Playbook

Explore the Healthy Relationships chapter

WE Well-being Playbook

Explore the Healthy Relationships chapter


WE Stories

17-year-old builds community online
17-year-old builds community online

On lockdown in New York, a 17-year-old builds community online by volunteering.


Video resources

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