Relationships & Domestic Violence

When a relationship is more than rocky

You don't have to deal with it alone

Relationships can be rocky at times, but when and if things become physical and you feel you might be in danger, that’s the time to look for some help.

We’ve posted a few stories and articles with resources that might be useful in times of need.

I secretly hopes she leaves him explores an unhealthy relationship between a mom and her significant other.

Need help or someone to talk to?includes really important phone numbers to call in times of stress or in emergencies. 

5 apps for mental health is exactly what it sounds like: 5 apps you can download to help deal with stress, anxiety and other mental health concerns.

Is my relationship healthy? includes some common signs of abuse, which can sometimes be hard to spot when you love someone and are in a relationship.  

Safety contains videos, facts and links all about staying safe. 

There's also NewJourneys, a website and searchable database of resources for Indigenous people in Canada. 

Reaching out — talking to someone you trust or, say, calling the Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 — when things are tough is really important. Difficult times in life and in relationships happen, but you don't have to deal with these difficulties alone. 

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