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Check Your Stats

Check the temperature of your relationships...

Check all that apply to your dating relationships:

My partner:

Is someone at school or at your job paying “special” attention to you?

Does that attention include unwanted:

Same-sex Relationships

When my same-sex partner hit me I was...

I thought abuse and violence in queer relationships...

Telling others about the abuse in my relationship, I felt...

If you have checked any of the above questions or comments the temperature in your relationship is rising and you will need to get out before it gets too hot! Ask yourself, “Am I in a healthy relationship?” A healthy relationship is violence-free. Violence is not only about physically hurting someone, but it includes verbal abuse, emotional abuse, sexual harassment and abuse, and it can happen in any dating relationship. Having a healthy relationship means everyone involved agreeing to communicate and treat each other in a caring manner that is both respectful and empowering.

Having a Healthy Relationship

If you feel like you are not in a healthy relationship and need support talk to family and friends. If you feel comfortable call us at 416 746 – 3701 ext 0; There is always some available to talk with you and give you support. You can also check our Youth Resources page for counselling services and other resources that are available to you.

Crisis 416.746.3701 / TTY 416.746.3716

did you know
did you know

1 million

children in Canada have witnessed violence in the home.

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