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Queen's University
 

Healthy Relationships

Throughout our lives each of us will develop different types of relationships and each relationship we have is unique. We all have our own ideas about what a relationship means, how to begin one, how to nurture one, and even how to end one. There are no standard "how to's" when it comes to relationships.

If you have questions about what makes a relationship healthy, how to identify an unhealthy relationship, and what you can do if someone refuses to respect your choice to end a relationship, check out the following brochures:

  • Healthy Relationships
  • Healthy Relationships (LGBTQ)
  • Dear Jen Q&A

In recognition of the importance that healthy relationships have to maintaining healthy work and study environments, the Human Rights Office has various programs to address the issue. If you are part of a group that is interested in a guided discussion on sex, consent and dating, contact the Office at hrights@queensu.ca or call (613) 533-2755

 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000