Relationship Part 1


The level of relationship crises (between married/unmarried couples) within the African Community is a cause for concern and if not carefully managed, future generations might be adversely affected.

People are so despondent after a marital breakdown that there is a constant fear not to be involved in any subsequent serious or lasting relationship.  However, some individuals still yearn for a loving relationship where they can share their hopes, dreams and aspirations with like-minded future partners.

There is probably an iota of truth that the African Mindset might have something to do with the way Africans manage their relationships – when out of Africa – and living in a climate which is not wholly acceptable of such mindset.



To have an open forum/dialogue with the intent on improving relationships with partners.

To change mindsets and be more open with matters that seem challenging.

To seek timely and appropriate support before a situation disintegrates.

To help individuals gain confidence and a greater sense of control as they learn to cope effectively with challenges.

To understand the nature of any relationship, have the motivation and the right mindset to effect positive change.

To assess individual character traits as a way of avoiding repeat mistakes in future relationships.



Hopeful that there is life after a traumatic relationship.

To form new and healthy relationships with a new mindset.

Be focused on positive thinking.

To realise the need for and how to access relevant and appropriate level of support.

To learn how to communicate freely and openly in a relationship.



Both male and female, irrespective of marital status (single, married, divorced, separated, widowed) and ethnic background

Age Group - from 18 years and above

All Nationalities are welcome

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