(HealthDay News) — Relationships are a necessary part of healthy living. Though no relationship is perfect, an unhealthy relationship can cause discomfort and harm, says the University of Washington.

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The school mentions signs of an unhealthy relationship:

  • Neglecting yourself or your partner.
  • Feeling pressure to change who you are or quit activities you enjoy.
  • Frequently feeling the need to justify your actions.
  • Feeling obligated to have sex.
  • Feeling a lack of fairness and equality.

If a partner tries to harm you physically or sexually, get help without delay.

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