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Students at Conrad High School in Dallas, TX joined with educators for a workshop that focused on identifying healthy vs. unhealthy relationship behaviors.
Grace Wickerson, founder of the nonprofit Kickin’ Violence, shares why young people are so important in the movement to end violence.
Anitra writes about how shame is a common feeling among abuse survivors.
“I want to talk about toxic relationships – so called because instead of nourishing your growth, as a relationship should, they slowly wither you away like poison in your system.”
Cheating hurts, even if you’re Beyonce.
Learn how to prevent sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
How can you tell if your partner is manipulative? Suzannah Weiss offers seven signs.
As we gain awareness about the extent of violence experienced by trans*, bi, lesbian and gay people, we must also learn more about how to help those experiencing violence.
“Depression doesn’t lead to abuse, and not all people with depression are abusive. It’s more accurate to say that sometimes, abusive people also have depression.”
Loveisrespect is the ultimate resource to empower youth to prevent and end dating abuse. It is a project of the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
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