A reader lives with a man who won't let go of anger at his ex-wife and other women. How to cope, set boundaries and protect other people from the anger?
There are different strategies for supporting a single person who might be lonely, depressed or angry. Links to suggestions for talking to friends, family members, community members, employees, students and other team members.
Religious, ethnic and family community group leaders can support young single people to find partnership. Some tips for offering mentorship, referring to counselling, and bowing out when you can't accept someone's values or lifestyle.
For managers, supervisors, teachers, professors, coaches and volunteer coordinators: How to talk to your employee, student or team member who is single and may be lonely. Handling inappropriate dating requests or anger from team members.
How to support a single family member to be socially connected, while relaxing your expectations of them.
Suggestions for a non-judgmental conversation to support your friend who has been single for years. Sharing vulnerability, boosting their confidence, encouraging them to make connections and find help, and setting boundaries.