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Healthy Relationships
Healthy Relationships
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College life provides unique opportunities to meet new people and explore a variety of relationships. Regardless of the type of relationship, in healthy relationships you can be yourself, have fun together, respect each other, value each other’s differences, and communicate openly. Relationships with these characteristics can be very fulfilling and contribute to a positive experience while in college.

Unfortunately, not all relationships are healthy relationships. Signs of unhealthy relationships can include demeaning comments, blaming, jealousy or possessiveness, use of force, coercion or pressure, threats, intimidation, and violence. If you are concerned about a relationship, whether your own or someone else’s, Florida Atlantic University, has several resources to help students in these situations.

Students in Distress
This guide informs faculty, staff and students how to recognize signs of distress, provides tips on how to respond to distressed students’ observations and their concerns, and provides references which enable faculty, staff and students to determine who to contact.

Mental Health Self-Help

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LinkedIn Learning
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