A question we’ve all probably asked ourselves at one time: is my relationship healthy? There are lots of behaviours in relationships that make a relationship less healthy than it should be. Whether that’s jealousy, controlling behaviours, gaslighting or lying – it’s probably never been tougher to determine if those we love treat us the way we deserve to be treated.
We don’t have all the answers, but take this quiz to see if your relationship could do with some repair work!
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Relationship not very healthy?
Well don’t worry if you didn’t get the result you were hoping for on the quiz, every relationship has it’s peaks and troughs. Some relationship behaviours are huge red flags that shouldn’t be ignored, but others can be worked out with good communication and the opportunity to address the issues you’ve identified. Here are some resources on our site that could help you:
- How to Speak to Anyone About Anything – Conflict Resolution Guide
- Why Comparing Your Relationship is Ruining It
- Here’s How I Got Out of a Toxic Relationship (and What I Learned)
- 10 Ways to Avoid Getting in an Argument
What makes an abusive relationship?
An abusive relationship is dangerous. It is a pattern of behaviour designed to control one party in the relationship by the other. This can happen through repeated patterns of jealousy, emotional manipulation, accusatory behaviour and even violence.
If you feel like your relationship is abusive, and you or the other party are getting hurt, here are some people that can help:
National Domestic Abuse Helpline (UK)
Love is Respect (US)
Refuge (Support and shelter for women, teens and children)
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