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Health & wellbeing Information and advice

Relationships

Health & wellbeing Information and advice

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Happy and healthy relationships

Relationships become more important as you get older. You might start to have feelings for someone of the opposite sex, the same sex, or both. It’s normal and no different for deaf young people. Deaf people have relationships just like hearing people do.

Liking someone and asking them out

Liking someone is a normal part of growing up and most people will fancy many people as they go through life. If you fancy someone and want to get to know them better you might want to ask them out on a date. Get some advice on chat up skills on the Radio 1 Advice pages.

Top tips for a happy relationship

Every relationship is different and everyone has their own opinion of what they want from a relationship. Being in a relationship has its ups and downs but it should be a good experience. Have a look at these top tips from Brook for pointers for your relationship.

If your relationship isn’t going well, read our page about bad relationships on the Buzz. 

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