When we talk about relationships on this site, we refer to all kinds of relationships in all of their various forms. A relationship is a connection between people – be it life-partner’s, lovers, hook-ups, friends and family and a lot of the information on this site can be adaptable to every relationship.
Relationships will rarely be ALL good or ALL bad, there will, no doubt, be some good times and some not-so-good times. We divide our categories into ‘healthy’ and ‘abusive’ relationships, for simpler navigation and to clearly separate abusive behaviours from your more common, less harmful kinds of relationship challenges.
At the end of the day, every relationship is unique because every person and experience is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to getting it right. Ultimately what we’re aiming for is a relationship that is overall better for everyone involved, rarely hurtful and never abusive. Relationships take finely tuned skill and a truck load of insight to get right. These pages are designed to help you understand relationships where one or more people in that relationship identifies as LGBTIQ, gain some insight into negative patterns, seek help for any abuse and get the best out of your relationships.