A healthy relationship to me is being able to trust them,to be honest with them, to be loyal to your significant other, and have good communication with them, and listen to how they feel don't always put yourself first.
Good communication :Each partner should speak honestly and openly to avoid miscommunication. If one person needs to sort out his or her feelings first, the other partner should respect those wishes and wait until he or she is ready to talk. Honesty:Honesty builds trust and strengthens the relationship. Trust: Partners should place trust in each other and give each other the benefit of the doubt. Understanding: Each partner should take time to understand what the other might be feeling.
Dishonesty: One dating partner lies to or keeps information from the other. One dating partner steals from the other. Physical Violence: One partner uses or force to get his or her way. (such as hitting, slapping, grabbing, or shoving.) Sexual Violence: One dating partner pressures or forces the other into sexual activity against his or her will or without consent. Disrespect: One dating partner makes fun of the options and interests of the other partners or destroys something that belongs to the partner.
Guidelines to ensure safety while dating:
*Ask other people's opinions about him or her. *Go to a public place on early dates. *Always tell a friend where you are. *Keep a sharp mind. *Have a set end time. *Don't leave your food or drink unattended. *Don't give out your personal info. *Don't lie. *Carry some protection.
TV shows and movies that represent healthy/unhealthy relationships:
Healthy Relationships: Boy meets world because they were good at communication & being honest with each other & they were in love. Unhealthy Relationships: 6 years because they got into fights & the boyfriend wasn't honest with his girlfriend & he cheated on his girlfriend twice.