Is your relationship healthy?
Relationships with others can be really positive, whether they are friendships, romantic relationships or sexual relationships. When we find someone we have things in common with, or we're attracted to, we want to spend time with them and get to know each other.
Positive, healthy relationships are built on mutual trust, respect and appreciation for each other, where both people are equal and feel happy and safe around each other.
However, sometimes relationships can become unhealthy and make us feel unsafe or even put us at risk. If someone makes you feel bad, treats you badly, is abusive or aggressive or asks you to do things you're not comfortable with - that is an unhealthy relationship and can affect your safety, self esteem and mental wellbeing.
We want to make sure that all young people are aware of what healthy relationships should look like, and what warning signs to be aware of in unhealthy relationships.
Information to help you be in control, be confident to have good relationships and stay safe
Get Support with Relationships
If you're worried about a relationship you are in, or you feel like you need support - get in touch with Positive Choices Coventry - They are an early intervention service working with young people with issues such as relationships, sexual health and drug and alcohol use.
You can call them on 02476 010 245, email them firstname.lastname@example.org or find them on Facebook here
You can also ask a trusted adult to to contact Positive Choices on your behalf and make an appointment for you.