What do we mean by Health in relationships
Health is not all about making sure all the body organs are functioning correctly, and getting all those good victims into your body. Social relationships also help to fight health. As a teenager, we have relationships with different peoples. Relationships like friendship, family, and dating relationships. These relationships are good to have, but it can be unhealthy as well. Healthy relationships make us feel good about ourselves, and unhealthy relationships can cause someone to get hurt physically and emotionally.
A good/healthy relationship is when you and your friend feel good about each other. You guys will do everything together and not feel like something’s between you two. Such as going to movies or hanging out with friends.
In a healthy relationship, there is respect and honesty. You let the other person know what you’re feeling is, you might argue sometimes, but you should be able to talk things out to solve the problem without any physically actions in a healthy relationship. These types of relationships last longer than unhealthy relationships.
There are also unhealthy relationships where you don’t feel good about your friend or yourselves. In an unhealthy relationship one might bosses the other one around, often fights over little things and starts to lose his or her temper. They might even start to put pressure on the other person to do things.
When things don’t work out, one might physically hurt the other. But not all involves abusive actions. Sometimes it can be verbal, physical, emotional, or even sexual abuse as I found out when I did my research. But, overall many relationships start well in the very beginning, but it becomes unhealthy over time.
I often ask myself, why are some people so violent and abusive. By reading “Why do people abuse?” article, it starts to make sense for me. “Some abusers learned to abuse from their parents. Their early history consisted of receiving abuse themselves and/or seeing others abused (one parent abusing the other or their sibling, etc.). “This makes sense because people growing up in a harsher environment so they are use to violent surroundings. To some people it might be easier to hurt someone else, then to deal with one’s own pain.
Here are the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships. So you decide if you want to be in a violent relationship (where you’re getting hurt emotionally or physically.) Love isn’t everything, protect yourself is more important than loving the one who hurts you. Love yourself before loving others. Leave the person to stay healthy if it’s needed. Isn’t being save one of our main goal in life.