Relationships: Dating, Family & Friends Quiz

  • Mutual respect should occur for a relationship to be truly healthy.

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    Mutual respect should occur for a relationship to be truly healthy.
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    Mutual respect incudes listening to, valuing and understanding one another.

  • It is okay for your significant other to become angry when you choose to hang out with your friends instead of him/her.

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    It is okay for your significant other to become angry when you choose to hang out with your friends instead of him/her.
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    Your significant other should allow you to spend time with your friends without becoming angry or jealous. While it is normal for your partner to enjoy spend time with you, it is unhealthy for him/her to become controlling of your daily life. 

  • It is normal for teenagers with a seriously ill sibling to feel guilty and/or embarrassed.

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    It is normal for teenagers with a seriously ill sibling to feel guilty and/or embarrassed.
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    Teenagers with seriously ill siblings are likely to experience a wide range of emotions such as guilt, sadness and/or embarrassment. Strategies that can be used to control these emotions include: recording feelings in a journal, talking to a trusted adult, and/or meeting with a certified mental health professional, such as a therapist. 

  • After dating someone for a while, you have to become sexually intimate with him/her.

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    After dating someone for a while, you have to become sexually intimate with him/her.
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    Two people should not engage in sexual intimacy until both partners are ready. A relationship where one person pressures the other to be sexually intimate is not healthy. 

  • When parents divorce, kids are often to blame.

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    When parents divorce, kids are often to blame.
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    Children are never at fault because parents divorce – even if they were hoping it would happen. Parents are ultimately responsible for how they want to deal with each other and the stressors that come up in their lives and in their marriage. It is easy for kids to blame themselves for their parents’ separation or divorce – but the fact is that children are not to blame.