Reciprocal relationships, those that involve a mutual give-and-take and exchange of support, have many well-established benefits. However, the day-to-day experiences of reciprocal relationships for individuals with mental health conditions have been less well-documented. This document is the first in a series of resources that seeks to uplift the voices of individuals with lived experience of mental illness and reflects their experiences of meaningful relationships. It contains the responses of individuals with mental health conditions to a series of survey prompts about the ways they both receive and provide support to someone important to them. Following the responses of individuals with lived experience are brief strategies for service providers and peers to encourage individuals to reflect on their own experiences of reciprocal relationships.