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Dating and Relationships
Communication Skills for Healthy Relationships
Care for and consider each other’s feelings.
Openness and honesty with each other is a MUST.
Mean what you say and say what you mean.
Mutual respect; when you respect yourself others do too.
Understand each other’s strengths and weaknesses; don’t try to change someone.
Nurture (build) your friend/partner’s self-esteem and think positively about yourself.
Individuality; know that each of you is special. Be yourself!
Clarify when you’re not sure what’s being said or what’s intended – check it out!
Actively listen to each other; especially for feelings.
Trust yourself and your friend/partner. Enjoy each other’s company.
Encourage and support each other in your future goals.
(Adapted from material developed by
Sexual Health Program, Hastings & Prince Edward Counties Health Unit)
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