Healthy Relationship Week
For more information on healthy friendships: http://www.metroparent.com/daily/parenting/parenting-issues-tips/girls-and-labels-stopping-the-negative-name-calling/
For resources related to domestic abuse and violence:
Crisis Call Center
text ANSWER to 839863
Provides support for any type of crisis.
Domestic Violence Hotline
Provides support for victims and survivors of domestic abuse.
National Suicide Hotline
Provides support for those who are thinking of committing suicide.
Today is the first day of Healthy Relationships week! Did you know that 84 percent of women — and 75 percent of men — said they've had a toxic friend at some point? Learn more about HEALTHY friendships in your second period class.
Setting Boundaries with friends
Today, the Healthy Relationships week focus is on “setting boundaries in healthy relationships”. Did you know that 59 percent of people said were friends with someone who drained them emotionally? Learn more about setting boundaries with friends in your second period class or on the school website.
Healthy Dating Relationships
Today, we are focusing on healthy dating relationships. Did you know that one in three adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence? Learn more about HEALTHY dating relationships in your second period class or on the school website.
Setting Boundaries in dating/
Recognizing a Problem
Today, we will focus on setting boundaries in dating relationships. Did you know that nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner in a single year? Learn more about setting boundaries and recognizing a problem in your dating relationships in your second period class or on the school website.
Today we are focusing on getting help if you are in an unhealthy dating relationships. Did you know that 58% of teens say they don’t know how to help someone who’s experiencing relationship violence? The National Domestic Violence Hotline Service is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). Learn more about the resources available to you if you or someone you know is experiencing relationship abuse in your second period class or on the school website.