Have you ever been rejected by someone you really liked? Maybe you tried to talk to someone you had a crush on, and they totally ignored you. Maybe you asked out that cutie from chemistry, and they said no. You probably felt disappointed, embarrassed, sad, upset, or maybe a little angry.
We get it - rejection’s not fun, so how do you deal with it?
First of all, understand that rejection is a part of life
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM)!
You’ve probably been hearing a lot about domestic violence in the news lately. Maybe people are talking about it at school or work, or maybe you’ve overheard your parents talking about it. At loveisrespect, we think it’s important that people have conversations about domestic violence and dating abuse. When we talk about it, more people become aware and educated, more resources become available, and more people can find they help they need.
What can you do when you hear conversations about domestic violence and dating abuse? For starters, you can help educate people about the basics: