3Signs of Healthy Relationships You’ve been dating for awhile and you like that person. But after a while, you begin to wonder about the relationship. You can’t put your finger on it, but something doesn’t feel right.Should you continue the relationship?What signs can you look for to see if this relationship has potential- or if it is healthy?
4What about unhealthy relationships? Some teens find themselves in unhealthy and sometimes abusive relationships.Some find themselves attached or glued to someone who has big problems or are not good for them.“Breaking Up is Hard To Do!”It can be even harder when it is a bad relationship.
5The Good News… 3 Important Questions to Ask! Unhealthy relationships can be avoided by asking yourself these 3 questions:Is the relationship conditional or unconditional?Is the relationship controlling or is it equal, respectful, and supportive?Is the relationship mostly physical or is there attraction on many levels?
17Physical Needs The basic human need for physical touch. Ex: Babies who are neglected- not cuddled and held- can become sick and fail to grow.You don’t outgrow your need for physical touch and physical affection.
18Emotional NeedEveryone wants to feel loved, and everyone has a need for security.Everyone needs to know that someone is there and will love him or her no matter what.Everyone has a need for unconditional love from family, friends, or mentors.
19Mental NeedsAbout how you see yourself and how you think others see you.Everyone cares what others think, and everyone wants to see themselves in a positive light.Everyone has a basic need for acceptance, respect, and approval by others.
20Social Needs Involves the desire to belong. Everyone wants to feel that he or she belongs.Everybody wants to belong to a “family” or with friends.Eventually, most people want to be connected to someone in a romantic love relationship.