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Does your young teen know how to be a good friend? If not, you can help. By helping your young teen learn to be a good friend you’ll be helping him or her develop healthy relationships now and in the future. Here...
Here are some conversation starters to begin important conversations about what’s okay, and not okay, in relationships. (Author abstract)
Use these conversation starters to talk to your teen about digital dating abuse. (Author abstract)
This tip sheet from Futures Without Violence features 10 tips on how to talk about healthy relationships with teens.
As a teacher, you are a natural influencer, motivator and leader. As mentors and role models to students, teachers have a tremendous opportunity to impact how students grow to understand and appreciate safe and...
This is CoolNotCool, an app about friends and relationships where YOU choose what's 'cool' or 'not cool.' (Author abstract)
Do fun challenges with friends and be part of the respect effect on this app from Thats Not Cool. (Author abstract)
Here is a back-to-school “shopping list” for working with the teens in your life on healthy relationships, something they can use in addition to that spiral-bound notebook. (Author abstract)
This tip sheet from the Los Angeles LGBT Center provides information for individuals regarding abusive behavior.
This webpage features survivor tips and recommendations for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender victims/survivors of domestic violence.