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Sources: American College Health Association. American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment: Arizona State University Spring 2017. Baltimore: American College Health Association; Spring 2017 (n=2,096).
Any connection or bond between two people can be considered a relationship. This includes family members, friends, dating partners, co-workers, acquaintances and even, to a certain degree, strangers we come into contact with. Relationships exist on a spectrum from healthy to unhealthy to abusive. Are your relationships healthy? What steps can you take to improve them?
For more information about relationships visit loveisrespect.org.
It can be difficult to know how to support a friend who is in an abusive relationship. You may want them to leave their partner, yet they may choose to stay in the relationship. You may want them to tell the police about their injuries, yet they may choose to keep their abuse a secret from friends, family and law enforcement.
How to Help Someone in an Unhealthy Relationship:
Is Your Friend an Abuser? – Are you concerned that a friend is hurting others? What can you do?
For more information on how to help a friend, visit loveisrespect.org.