You “go along” with something even if you think it is not right.
You feel bad about what happens when you are together.
If one of you does not get your way, a threat is made to hurt either the other person or yourself.
If your relationship is crossing the line, the behavior needs to stop right away or the relationship needs to end.
Here are some suggestions to help get you started: There’s no need for a formal sit-down lecture.
Take advantage of opportunities as they naturally come up.
In honor of February being Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, it seems like a good time to shed light on the issue of teen dating relationships.
Use what you have learned to help make your next relationship better.
When things have calmed down, try saying: The information contained on this Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician.
When your relationship is unbalanced and causes harm, stress, and pressure, it becomes unhealthy.
If you are feeling anxious, taken advantage of, controlled or scared in your relationship, it's time to reevaluate and possibly get help.