Unhealthy Relationships - SECCA National Sexuality and Your Rights

Topic Summary

  1. You have the right to feel safe in your relationships at all times.
  2. You have the right to healthy relationships and there are people who can help you to leave an unhealthy relationship.
  3. No one should hurt you.
  4. If you have been hurt by someone you can choose to tell someone you trust or the police.
  5. If the person you tell does not help, you can choose to tell someone else.
  6. It is not your fault if you were abused by someone.
  7. People should not do things to you that hurt you, even if that person is a friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, a member of your family, or a support worker.
  8. There are people and services who want to help you if you are in an unhealthy relationship.
  9. It is your choice to talk to whoever you would like help from.
  10. If you feel uncomfortable talking about it you do not have to.

Who Can Help

    Psychologist or Counsellor

  • Talk to your doctor or other for a referral.

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