Being friends is the most important thing in a romantic relationship. And when you’ve been friends for over two decades, there’s a good chance you’ve chosen the right person.
If the past year has taught us anything, it would be how important our relationships are. Good relationships are vital in our lives. We need people to share our happiest moments with, and people who will support us when things aren’t going so great. For the April issue of Voice…
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When you’re the adult sibling of someone with Down syndrome, the lens you view your relationship through can shift focus as you both get older. Lucy Bain reflects on the changing nature of her relationship with her sister Emily, and…
Siblings provide our longest lasting relationships of any. These relationships can be close and supportive, they sometimes can include tension and worry, and of course they can change over time. When your sibling has a diagnosis of Down syndrome, there…
Here are some great tips on how to make new friends as an adult.