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Not sure if you're in a healthy relationship? Click on the toolkit and watch these videos as young men and women share what they bring to a healthy relationship and what is expected in return. These videos were created by The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre's JustTV program and the Manitoba government.
Healthy relationships are based on mutual trust where both partners are supportive of each other and respect each other's privacy; both partners should feel safe. Being in a healthy relationship means both partners are able to speak about things that are bothering them and both partners listen and support each other as equals. Both partners in a healthy relationship are able to have friends and interests outside of their partner.
Every one deserves to be in a healthy relationship free from violence and abuse.
Which of these sounds like your relationship?
Dating violence is a very real and serious issue. Early experiences of dating violence can have an impact on future patterns of violence for both victims and abusers.
If you're experiencing any abuse, you're not alone. Statistics show that:
If you think you are in an abusive relationship tell someone a teacher, a counsellor, an Elder, a coach or a family member. If that person doesn't take you seriously, tell someone else.
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Klinic Crisis Line is 204-786-8686 or 1-888-322-3019 Kids Help Phone is 1-800-668-6868
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