Search Resources (English): Relationships

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Are you on the right track? A healthy relationship quiz for boys and girls

Provides a quiz for young women and men to see if they can identify healthy and harmful relationships.

Published: 2002
The dance of connection: how to talk to someone when you're made, hurt, scared, frustrated, insulted, betrayed, or desperate
Looks at how to restore connection with the people who matter the most.
Published: 2001
Love matters: a book of lesbian romance and relationships
Explores real-life questions and issues that lesbians have a about dating, sex, conflict, and relationship longevity.
Published: 1999
When cancer calls: supporting couples facing cancer
Looks at the changes that can happen in a heterosexual relationship when the woman is ill with cancer. (See Details)
Published: 2006
So many changes: women, health and midlife
Covers issues related to midlife, menopause, stress, depression, and relationships. Includes quotes from women interviewed about their experiences with these issues as well as further resources.
Published: 1999
Endometriosis and relationships
Provides information on how to maintain healthy relationships while living with endometriosis and its side effects. Discusses how the pain from endometriosis can cause problems for women and their partners. (See Details)
Published: 2001-2005
Gives girls between the ages of 10 and 16 reliable, current health information. Focuses on many health topics that respond to adolescent girls’ health concerns. (See Details)
Scarleteen: sex education for the real world
American site that provides information for teens on all aspect of positive sexuality, including birth control, safe sex and sexually transmitted infections, masturbation and self-pleasuring, anatomy, diverse sexual orientation and identification, sexual and romantic relationship and communication tools, and care and compassion in sexual technique and practice. (See Details)
Moving on: a practical guide for women leaving a relationship
Consists of practical, no-nonsense information on everything from finding a place to live and hiring a lawyer to protecting your finances and planning your moving day.
What happens tomorrow?
Provides information about healthy relationships and what one can do to make an unhealthy one better, and gives resources to obtain help. Written for people who could be identified as potential abusers.
Published: 2002