Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Healthy Relationships While all relationships are unique, healthy relationships have many characteristics in common. In a healthy relationship, you:  respect and trust one another  celebrate each other’s successes and joys  feel safe sharing personal or private information  laugh and have fun together  are available when the other needs help  have shared interests  stand up for each other  are comfortable being together in silence  want the very best for each other Not all relationships are healthy. Consider replacing a relationship that has any of these characteristics with one that’s more positive.  You feel pressure to change or to do things you don’t want to do.  You question whether or not the other person has your best interests at heart.  The relationship isn’t based on equality.  You don’t trust the other person.