Healthy Relationships & Consent What is a Healthy

Healthy Relationships & Consent What is a Healthy

Healthy Relationships & Consent What is a Healthy relationship? Healthy relationships

Throughout our lives, we are involved in many different kinds of relationships. We have relationships with parents, siblings, friends, teachers classmates and romantic relationships Relationships have the potential to make us happier people and add to our feelings

of self-worth. These are healthy relationships. Healthy Relationships VS Unhealthy Relationships

Your partner acts controlling or possessive Unhealthy Solves conflict without putting each other down Healthy Your partner tells you how to dress Unhealthy Have different opinions and interests Healthy

Important Characteristics of a Healthy Relationship Characteristics Self-Awareness Description Honest Communication

Discuss the things that are important to you. Listening to your partner is also a part of good communication. Having shared power within the relationship helps to keep the relationships safe and fair. Equality Know, accept and trust yourself. In a

healthy relationship you feel comfortable being yourself. Characteristics Respect Description Each person values the other, accepts differences & understands the other persons boundaries.

Support Being there for your partner to listen during times of need, and celebrate when good things happen in life. Being able to count on your partner and believe that they will be honest and follow through on promises.

Trust Signs of Unhealthy relationships Trying to control your partner Afraid of disagreeing with each other Criticize one another in front of others

Push, shove, grab, hit or throw objects Ridicule or call names Does Jealousy = Love? No! The source of jealousy is usually insecurity Jealousy is about real or imagined fears

The best way to deal with jealousy is to communicate honestly with your partner Know your Relationship Rights Healthy relationships are honest, respectful, and responsible

Partners dont pressure each other to go against their personal values Both people involved feel good about themselves. By believing in your right to be treated well, you are taking important steps to developing healthy relationships. Dealing with arguments Its okay to disagree from time to

time, but it is important to fight fair when arguing How to Fight Fair: Talk Calmly Explain your feelings Discuss what you would like to change Cool off Dating Violence

Violence is NOT a normal part of a relationship Physical fighting is never OK. Types of Violence/Abuse: Emotional Physical

What is Consent Willingly giving permission, through words or actions, for something to happen Consent must be informed and explicitly stated Silence is not consent If an individual does not say YES, it must be assumed that she/he is saying NO Consent is SIMPLE! Its as easy as

Riding a bike Tea or Sexual Assault Sexual assault is any type of sexual activity in which one person does not consent

Sexual assault can range from unwanted touching, to kissing, to intercourse TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE Is it okay to have sex with someone if they are drunk?

FALSE A person cannot consent if she/he is drunk or high, threatened, or coerced, has certain disabilities, or is in a relationship of trust with the offender. Does someones body language or actions (i.e.

removing clothing, initiating intimate touch) imply consent? FALSE Consent must be expressed willingly through words or actions BUT can be revoked at any time! At any time during intimacy one or both partners can change their mind!

When Relationships End Remain respectful Be Truthful Talk to your partner face-to-face (avoid breaking-up over texting or social media) Explain your feelings

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