Love & Relationships

Usually, a relationship starts when two people fall in love. They may start dating. There's no one-size-fits-all formula in relationships, and what works for one couple might not work for another. But also, what happens when something goes wrong? Read more here.

Facts

Getting to know each other

We all sometimes struggle to talk to new people – no matter how confident and talkative we may seem. That can turn into panic if we find this new person attractive.

Meeting online

You usually flirt online with people of your own age, whom you already know, perhaps through school, work, holiday, or mutual friends. But what do you do if you get to know someone on the internet?

How to date

If you're in love with someone, the next logical step is to find out if they feel the same about you. Often you can guess if someone's interested. If you're not sure, be brave!

Is it love?

Love is a powerful, positive emotion. Like all emotions, you may experience it differently depending on your age, the relationship you're in, and the kind of person you are.

Cheating

Cheating means breaking the rules you have agreed on in a committed relationship. Usually cheating refers to sexual infidelity or adultery.

Knowing when to break up

Do you feel like you’ve given your relationship your all, but it's not working? Or you grew apart? Then it’s probably time to consider ending the relationship.

Coping with a break up

Healing after a broken relationship is difficult. If you were in a long-term relationship or living with your partner, it could mean a change in your lifestyle.