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This website have been developed by Women's Aid (The national charity working to end abuse against women and children) to support teenage girls at risk of relationship abuse and challenge myths surrounding the nature of coercive control.

The website features a relationship health check, survivor stories, practical advice and an email support service and is designed to reach teenage girls who may not realise they are experiencing relationship abuse, and are less likely than older women to call a helpline.

They want you to be empowered to talk about what relationship abuse is and what is healthy and unhealthy in your own relationships.

Even if you never experience a harmful or abusive relationship, you should know what it’s about so that you can keep an eye on your friends or family members, and help them get help and advice.

They believe love shouldn't feel bad, and that everyone has a right to be safe and happy.  #loverespect

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Last updated: 16/04/2020