Healthy relationships are built on communication, trust, boundaries, and respect. The effort from each person in a partnership increases the success rate for a lasting relationship. The blending of personalities, values, and lifestyles can cause conflict, making you feel unsure, isolated, or maybe lost at sea. Do not despair, Community Health Connection has your life line when it comes to developing positive relationships, conflict resolution, and partner equality. Check out the list below to learn new relationship skills to navigate the rough seas or improve on what you may already know for smooth sailing.

A Better way to Talk About Love: Finding ways to experience more joy, and less suffering, in love

DVIS Tulsa

All relationships have their ups and downs, but if you are feeling unsafe, or have been a victim of intimate partner abuse, there are resources available to help you.

Violence Prevention

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