Relationships are a very important part teen life. A healthy relationship can uplift, empower and make for some fun memories with a significant other. Healthy relationships also teach teens important social and communication skills.
Take our quiz to see if you know what makes a relationship a healthy one. Then tell us in the comments section below what you think is the most important factor for a healthy relationship.
And if you think that you or someone you know may be a victim of an abusive relationship, here’s how to seek help.
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Being able to talk about anything with your partner is:
Open communication is very important to a healthy relationship. Having to guess what the other person is thinking is not healthy. If you feel afraid to bring up certain topics with your significant other, it can lead to problems in the relationship.
Insults, name-calling and put-downs between you and your significant other are:
It’s never healthy to insult someone or make them feel bad. Humiliating the person you supposedly love and lowering their self-esteem can be as damaging to people as physical abuse.
Wanting to know where the other person is all the time is:
Possessiveness and wanting to keep track of the other persons every movement isn’t love– it’s actually a sign of unhealthy insecurity that can lead to big problems down the line. If either of you asks for some alone time or wants space, the other person should be able to give it freely.
Being afraid of being yourself around your significant other is:
Feeling nervous or fearful around your partner is not a sign of a happy relationship. If your partner is always moody and unpredictable, or if you’re often worried about how your significant other will react to things, it’s not healthy.
Grabbing, kicking, slapping and punching each other is:
Physical aggression is never OK. Grabbing, shoving, pushing, yelling or any type of physical intimidation is a red alert to get out of a relationship. Even simply getting up in another persons face is intimidation, not love.
Compromising, or each side giving in a little, when theres a disagreement is:
Compromising is part of working together in a healthy relationship. One person shouldn’t get their way all the time. If you feel like you’re the only one doing any compromising in the relationship, you may have a problem.
Showing respect and support for other people’s opinions is:
In a healthy relationship, each person is supportive of the other, and respectful of the others opinions. Being told what to do all the time and being told that the other person knows what’s best for you can lead to trouble.
When your partner suggests that you caused their insults or anger, it’s:
Taking responsibility for your own actions is the healthy and mature thing to do. If the other person blames you for their behavior (saying things like “You know I get out of control when I’m angry– you shouldn’t have pushed my buttons”), the bad behavior isn’t likely to stop.
Breaking or damaging your partner’s possessions is:
Throwing things is not a sign of a healthy relationship, nor is vandalism or the destruction of your property. If your partner threatens to harm him/herself, that’s a danger sign as well, and you should seek help from a trusted adult immediately. Threatening to harm anything that is important to you, whether it’s your things, your pets, or even your friends or family, is also a red alert signal for help.
Admitting when you’re wrong is:
Apologizing isn’t a sign of weakness, nor is owning up to when you’re wrong. But if one person never admits to being wrong, or only one person is willing to apologize, then there may be problems with the relationship.
My relationship is healthy be a we get alone well sometimes but I’m always worried about where he’s at
This helped a lot☺
My Friends Boyfriend and my friend are tight but, my friend feels like her boyfriend is not telling her stuff when he went out with his friends and other girls. What should she do about it?
Hey! I worry all the time about my boyfriend! Tell your friend it’s ok and whenever she worries, tell her he’s ok and if they are tight, he’s telling her everything! Boys are just gonna be boys
Hey! He’s probably out there doing stuff but boys are just gonna be boys!
will I ever get someone
my boyfriend isnt the one for me he tells every one we dont go out
Their are more fish in the sea leave him alone because no woman should not fall victim to a boy thats not worth it.
That is a good thing team one vote does a quiz because you never what is going on in people relationships
You should just leave him alone, because if he doesn’t claim you in public he shouldn’t try to be with you behind close doors. There is a million different guys out there is would be happy to have you as a girlfriend.He is not man enough to see what he have in you so don’t force him to claim you.Just move on and find someone better.
This was so cool to take, i understand what I’m supposed to do in a relationship!
Yes cause a relationships are import
Yes relationship are import and heath