Respectful relationships with your friends, family, teachers and other people enrich your life. Everyone needs to work on skills to have positive relationships with others. When you practise these skills, you'll feel connected to others, supported and safe. One of the best ways to build respectful relationships is to understand your own personal strengths and use them for positive behaviour, learning and wellbeing.
It's sometimes difficult to understand and manage your emotions or to know how to deal with other people's emotions. Learning these skills is a great foundation for building respectful relationships. Developing skills for coping with challenges and solving problems will help you handle stressful situations and feel comfortable about seeking help when needed. Personal and intimate relationships are complex. Understanding how gender identities, norms and stereotypes are formed can be helpful.
Developing respectful relationships skills builds wellbeing and can help you to learn. It includes:
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