ANIMATED EXPLAINER - Educational / Conversational / Positive / Relatable / Trustworthy


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Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General)


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10 signs of unhealthy and healthy relationships. One. Love teaches the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors because everyone can benefit from learning how to love better. 10 Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship If you're seeing any of these 10 unhealthy signs in your relationship, don't ignore them. Understanding these signs can help identify a toxic relationship before it becomes dangerous or abusive intensity when someone expresses very extreme feelings and over the top behavior that feels overwhelming possessiveness when someone is jealous to a point where they try to control who you spend time with and what you do manipulation when someone tries to control your decisions, actions or emotions. Isolation when someone keeps you away from family, friends and other people. Sabotage when someone purposely ruined your reputation, achievements or success. Belittling when someone does and says things to make you feel bad about yourself, guilting when someone makes you feel responsible for their actions or makes you feel like it's your job to keep them happy. Volatility when someone has a really strong, unpredictable reaction that makes you feel scared, confused or intimidated, deflecting responsibility when someone repeatedly makes excuses for their unhealthy behavior. Betrayal when someone is disloyal or acts in an intentionally dishonest way. 10 signs of a healthy relationship A healthy relationship does not mean a perfect relationship, but we can all strive to love better by practicing these 10 healthy behaviors. Comfortable pace When the relationship moves at a speed that feels enjoyable and comfortable for each person. Trust confidence that your partner won't do anything to hurt you or ruin the relationship. Honesty. You could be truthful and candid without fearing how the other person will respond. Independence. Having the space to be yourself outside of the relationship Respect you value one another's beliefs and opinions and love the other person for who they are. Equality. The relationship feels balanced, and everyone puts the same effort into the success of the relationship. Kindness. You're caring and empathetic to one another and provide comfort and support. Taking responsibility, owning your actions and words. You avoid placing blame, and you can admit when you've made a mistake healthy conflict openly and respectfully discussing issues and confronting disagreements. Nonjudgmental. E fun. You enjoy spending time together and you bring out the best in each other. Closing the best way to learn about love is through one love. For more information about one love and the signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships, visit www dot join one Love dot or GE.