Everyone has the right to feel safe, and to be safe, all the time.
Sometimes your body can let you know that you’re not safe – you might feel sick, have butterflies in your stomach, start to sweat, feel wobbly or jittery, or feel your heart pounding.
If a situation or person is making you feel unsafe, you should tell someone you trust.
Part of being safe is understanding that your body belongs to you, and that no-one can touch it without your permission, or consent.
Knowing what respectful relationships look like can helps keep us safe too. Take a look at this video about respectful relationships:
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Sometimes it’s not easy to feel heard, but talking to someone helps setting your mind in ease and getting your questions answered. Contact Life Without Barriers not or look up the list of other useful support numbers.