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February: Where's The Love?

NYS Balance - Resources for Work & Life
FOR NYS EMPLOYEES
www.nysbalance.ny.govUsername: nys • Password: balance
Toll-Free: 866-320-4760 TTY/TTD: 866-228-2809


February: Where’s The Love? (pdf)
Relationships That Last

RESOURCES: CONSULTANTS AND WEBSITE
Maintaining loving, supportive relationships can enhance our lives and provide support in times of crisis. Finding and keeping love in our lives can improve our health and reduce stress. Your NYS-Balance program is available any time with support and resources to help you build positive relationships that last.

Call or visit us online to find information on creating healthy relationships.

MONTHLY WEBINAR
Keeping Your Love Alive
Thursday, February 21, 2013
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Building strong relationships with the important people in our lives takes work, but we get so much in return. In this session, explore the essentials that will strengthen your current connections.

BE SURE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE
Register for the webinar on the NYS-Balance website. To participate, you will need an Internet-connected PC and a phone. If the webinar is not scheduled during your break or lunch time, you can view it later online.


Additional resources are available through your NYS Employee Assistance Program (EAP). For more information about EAP and other Work-Life Services benefits, please visit www.worklife.ny.gov.

Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor, State of New York
Gary Johnson, Director, Governor’s Office of Employee Relations
NYS-Balance is a resource and referral program offered by Work-Life Services with funding provided by the negotiated agreements between the State and CSEA, PEF, UUP, DC-37, NYSCOPBA, GSEU, and Council 82, and by the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations for employees designated M/C.

Copyright © 2012 NYS Governor’s Office of Employee Relations 2/13



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