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Special Collections: Healthy Dating Leads to Healthy Marriage
This tip sheet from the Capacity Building Center for States provides examples of LGBTQ Youth Normalcy considerations for child welfare service providers.
If you’re a youth in foster care, you probably know social media can help you stay in touch with friends and express yourself. But did you know it can also put you at risk? This tip sheet can help you use social media safely. (Author abstract)
Love is respect answers some frequently asked questions on dating basics.
This tip sheet from Love is respect describes obstacles that LGBTQ youth experiencing dating abuse may face in getting help. (Author abstract modified)
This tip sheet from Love is respect describes ways to increase your safety if you are in an abusive relationship, how to prepare for a break-up, how to break up, and tips for after the break-up.
If you are a teen thinking about when to have sex, Love is respect provides a list of things to keep in mind. (Author abstract modified)
Next to talking one-on-one, texting is currently one of the most instant forms of communication. While texting might be the perfect platform to say some things, things to watch out for in a textual relationship with your partner are presented here. (Author abstract modified)
“Dating” means different things to different people, particularly across generations. At loveisrespect.org, “dating” is defined as two people in an intimate relationship. This brief discusses types of dating and presents the definition of a partner. (Author abstract modified)
This tip sheet describes potential reasons individuals may stay in abusive relationships. (Author abstract modified)
Relationships require respect, trust and open communication. Whether you’re looking for a relationship or are already in one, make sure you and your partner agree on what makes a relationship healthy. It’s not...