Personal Relationships & the Law


Healthy Relationships Take Work: It’s Worth Repeating

  • In healthy relationships …
    • Partners respect each other, and each other’s individuality.
    • You both feel safe being open and honest with each other.
    • You support each other even if you disagree with each other.
    • You each have equal power in your relationship, you each have boundaries, and you each respect the other’s boundaries.
    • Your partner does not give you a hard time and behave jealously when you need your own time: to work, study, spend time with family, go to church, or be with other friends, to name a few.
    • You can tell your partner how you feel about something without being afraid of speaking up.
  • Let’s assume you are in or looking forward to a healthy, loving relationship …


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