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Summertime and the start of a new school year bring many new people into our lives. Some we will form relationships with, whether that be with our family, our friends, a special person, or the people we hang with at school, church, teams, or work. Even our pets. All of our relationships make a difference in our lives…both good and bad when it comes to our physical and mental health. Caring and supportive relationships can help us feel good about ourselves and help us get through those tough times. But what does a “healthy relationship” really mean? Find out what some people think about that question by clicking on this link and then make your own definition.