Wellness Resources

Relational Wellness

People with high relational well-being have satisfying and balanced relationships with themselves, other individuals, and society as a whole. They are able to empathize with and respect diverse others while simultaneously asserting their own needs and opinions. They have a capacity for intimacy while also being able to find and enjoy time alone. These individuals also have a good social support network that they feel comfortable leaning on in times of difficulty.

Resources for College Students

Self-Esteem & Shyness

Relationships, Communication, & Relationship  Management

Gender Issues & Sexual Orientation



TU Campus Resources

Off Campus Resources


  • Tuesdays With Morrie, by Mitch Albom
  • The Dance of Anger, by Harriet Learner
  • The Dance of Intimacy, by Harriet Learner
  • How to Make Love All the Time: Make Love Last a Lifetime, by Barbara De Angelis
  • Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most, by Douglas Stone et al.
  • How to Work a Room: The Ultimate Guide to Savvy Socializing in Person and Online, by Susan RoAne
  • When I Say No, I Feel Guilty, by Manuel Smith
  • The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, by Nathaniel Branden
  • One to One: Self-Understanding Through Journal Writing, by Christina Baldwin




Relational Wellness Tip: Expand your social network.





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