What does a healthy relationship look like and involve?Part of the That's Not OK campaign.
Here's how to spot the signs of a healthy and unhealthy relationship.
Here's how to try and improve relationships of all kinds through respect, co-operation and trust from everyone involved.
When it comes to sex or any kind of intimate activity with a partner, whether you're in a relationship with them or not, consent is key. So what is consent and how do people give consent?
Information on keeping safe when starting a relationship online.
What do you need to think about if there is an age gap in your relationship? And what does the law say? Find out more.
Information about sex, contraception and sexual health for young people.
Informed consent is a key part of having a healthy relationship. Check out this campaign, developed by NHS Glasgow & Clyde, NHS Lanarkshire and NHS Lothian sexual health teams and working with young people across Scotland to help improve the conversations about sex and consent.
No matter what your relationship is with someone, you should be treated with love and respect. Know how to spot the signs that something isn't right and say "That's Not OK".