We believe love shouldn’t feel bad, and that everyone has a right to be safe and happy.
We 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.
This is a beta version of a new site we are developing to provide advice about relationships and abuse for young people. Please take a look around and tell us what you think. If you have any questions or would like to give us your feedback please contact: email@example.com.
You can also find more information for children and young people here: The Hideout
This project would not have been possible without the help of our young survivors, Chlo, Sophie J and Sophie Y. They have been with us from the beginning, telling us their stories, telling us where we’re going wrong, giving us great ideas, and helping us to make sure that young survivors’ voices are heard. They have been where you might be now, and have come out of the other side to be brave and inspiring survivors. Thank you, our heroes!
If you have experienced abuse and are ready to tell your story or want to give us feedback, we are always looking to hear your voice. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram: @womens_aid.
Our Love Respect ambassador is Holly Bourne, YA author and absolute legend. Find out more about Holly here.
This project has been supported by: