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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...
Communication is a key part to building a healthy relationship. The first step is making sure you both want and expect the same things -- being on the same page is very important. This tip sheet can help you create...
Everyone deserves to be in a safe and healthy relationship. Find out if you are in a healthy relationship by answering questions to this Love is respect quiz. (Author abstract modified)
This brief describes what the letters mean in LGBTQ, and provides descriptions of healthy relationships and unhealthy/abusive relationships.
This Harvard Making Caring Common's report explores these issues and offers insights into how adults can begin to have meaningful and constructive conversations about them with the young people in their lives. (...
This tip sheets from the Harvard Making Caring Common Project provides five tips for parents on how to discuss developing healthy romantic relationships. (Author abstract modified)
This fact sheet from Futures Without Violence features information and statistics on tween and teen dating violence, academic performance, and parental involvement.