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1800RESPECT is a national counselling service for those experiencing sexual assault or domestic and family violence.
Fully confidential and easy to call.

 

Romantic Relationships – ReachOut
Having a satisfying romantic relationship takes hard work. Knowing what to expect from a relationship and what you want from it, and how to communicate with (and listen to) your partner, are really important aspects of having a good relationship.

 

Relationships for young adults – Kids Helpline
Relationships and you. Information on identity, healthy relationships, dating, consent, pornography, sex and much more.

 

Life issues – headspace
Relationships, break-ups and everything in between. Find it at headspace

 

 

Relationships – Better Health
A good relationship doesn’t just happen – you have to work at it. All couples experience problems and challenges in their relationships.  There are many things you can do to help build healthy and happy relationships and prepare for the challenges along the way.

Relationships change. You need to be aware of how they are changing and adapt to those changes. But, if problems become too difficult or complex, consider seeking the help of a counsellor.

 

Love – Good, Bad and Ugly
Dating and being in love can be exciting – but at times it can be totally confusing. This site helps you work out where your relationship is at – whether it’s good, bad, or ugly.

Single? Just dating? Or not really sure what you want? That’s ok, there’s something here for everyone…It answers questions like: How can I find a boyfriend or girlfriend? How can I make my relationship better? What can I do if it’s ugly – and being around my BF or GF makes me feel upset, hurt, controlled or abused?

This website site gives you information and advice from the personal experiences of other young people who have been there… people who have experienced ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’.

 

That’s Not Cool is an award-winning initiative that partners with young people to help raise awareness and bring educational and organizing tools to communities to address dating violence, unhealthy relationships, and digital abuse. Everyone should experience healthy relationships― online and off. The program has an interactive website, tools, and resources to support young people as they learn to recognize, avoid, and prevent dating violence in their lives.

 

 

Breakup Shakeup is a behavioural activation app that provides fun, easy activities to do to help young people cope after a breakup.