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Everyone deserves to be in a safe and healthy relationship. Do you know if your relationship is healthy? Choose how often your partner does the following to find out. Make sure to write down your responses. At the end, you’ll find out how to score your answers.

The Person I’m With...
1) Is very supportive of things that I do and encourages me to try new things.
2) Likes to listen when I have something on my mind.
3) Talks to me when they’re unhappy with something in the relationship.
4) Is willing to compromise.
5) Understands that we have separate interests and can spend time apart.
6) Is mean or rude to my friends.
7) Criticizes or distracts me when I’m doing things that don’t involve them.
8) Gets extremely jealous or possessive.
9) Accuses me of flirting or cheating when I’m not.
10) Constantly checks up on me or makes me check in.
11) Breaks or throws things when we fight.
12) Threatens to destroy my things.
13) Tries to control what I do, who I see, what I wear, how I look or who I talk to.
14) Makes me feel nervous or like I’m “walking on eggshells.”
15) Blames me for problems, puts me down, calls me names or criticizes me.
16) Makes me feel like no one else would want me.
17) Threatens to hurt themselves, me, my friends, pets or family.
18) Grabs, pushes, shoves, chokes, punches, slaps, holds me down, throws things or hurts me in some way.
19) Yells, screams or humiliates me in front of other people.
20) Pressures, guilts or forces me into having sex or going farther than I want to.

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