Health & Wellbeing
2. Healthy Relationships
If you are sexually active, make sure you look after your sexual health, for both you and your partner.
Whether you are straight, gay, bisexual or trans, you can find lots of advice by visiting Sexual Health Bucks. This website covers everything from where you can pick up free condoms, to what to do if you have been the victim of sexual assault.
If you are worried about sexually transmitted diseases or would like to talk about contraception, don’t forget to head to your GP surgery and have a chat with your doctor.
Being in a relationship can be wonderful, but if it's not and your partner is abusing you either physically, mentally, sexually or financially it’s important that you get help. There are a number of organisations who can give you advice, including Refuge and Mankind Initiative. If you feel you are in immediate danger from an abusive partner, call the police on 999.
Top tip: Domestic abuse doesn't just affect married women – it can affect all sorts of people, whether you are male or female, young or old, gay or straight. Speak to your PA if you are worried about any of the things on this page.
Last updated: 22 November 2017