Friends, family, girlfriends or boyfriends ... handling relationships is a difficult part of growing up. One minute you get on, the next minute you could be arguing.
Every relationship has its ups and downs - just think how boring it would be if everyone got on all the time.
Dealing with the highs is easy, as this is the best bit of a relationship, but dealing with the lows can be pretty difficult, but by simple communication you can often work things out.
Who can help?
The Radio 1 OneLife website contains a personal section that has lots of helpful advice on making relationships work. Find out more!
If you are 12-16 and want on-screen advice about anything from relationships to bullying to exams or problems at home, then the There4me website may be able to help - Connexions direct - Support.
If you'd prefer to speak to someone over the phone, call the sexwise helpline on 0800 28 29 30 and speak to one of their advisers who will answer your questions and give you free advice about anything to do with sex, relationships, contraception or sexual health. Alternatively, visit their website www.ruthinking.co.uk.
When members of your family have problems, they receive the help and advice that they need, but sometimes the impact it has on your life is overlooked.
There are organisations such as Connexions Direct who can offer support and advice to young people with any sort of problems, but there are also organisations who offer support for specific problems such as domestic violence, alcohol abuse, or caring for ill or disabled family members.
Last updated: Fri 30 Mar 2012 at 15:48