Consider talking to your parents, family and friends to see what their thoughts are.
If you think that talking to your parents might be hard, start with your friends or other adults you trust.
Remember that feeling isolated and no one else liking your partner can be warning signs of an unhealthy or abusive relationship.
Abuse can affect all types of relationships, not just long-term or committed relationships. Dating abuse and relationship issues can be hard topics to discuss, but in our experience, getting support can be really helpful. Here at loveisrespect, we have trained peer advocates who are friendly, non-judgmental and available 24/7.
Keep these questions in mind: Hooking up is a broad term, but generally it refers to casual encounters between people who can be friends but don’t have to be.To maintain a healthy relationship, you need to be able to forgive your partner for their past mistakes. Try to remember: being with a person you cannot forgive is not going to do either of you any good.Dating someone your family doesn’t like can be really hard.It may cause conflict that makes you feel like you can’t be honest or even near the people you love.Consider why your family doesn’t like your partner or why your partner doesn’t like them.