Teenage relationships | South Norfolk Council

Teenage relationships

A healthy relationship is one in which two people treat each other as equals - they trust each other and treat each other with respect. In a healthy relationship young people should feel respected, happy, cared for, supported and safe.

Teenage relationship abuse happens when one young person hurts or bullies another young person whom they are going out with/in a relationship with. If you are being bullied, talk to someone who you trust. 

How to get help

There are many organisations that can provide support and advice:

Or contact the South Norfolk Help Hub on:

Call 01508 533933
Text ADVICE followed by your message to 87007
Email earlyhelphubsouth@s-norfolk.gov.uk