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Show Your Respect: Texting in a Relationship

Feb 12, 2014
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Texting is often the preferred method of communication in a relationship. If you’re just getting to know someone, it’s low-key and doesn’t involve the pressure that can come with talking face-to-face. If you’re already friends but just are now getting to know them in a romantic way, texting can help ease the transition from friendship to relationship. And even though relationships cannot be built solely on texting, they’re often a great way to stay in touch with your partner and deepen your bond.

Nothing can replace face-to-face conversation, but knowing how to text in a relationship means you’ll be able to communicate effectively and show your special someone the respect they deserve, from one phone to another.

Texting While You’re Dating

If you are still in the early stages of a relationship, texting can be a fun way to share more of yourselves, whether that’s pictures of your cat or more intimate thoughts and feelings.

nadia
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It's Respect Week!

Feb 10, 2014
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#orange4loveAll year long, our National Youth Advisory Board plans for this week and we're so excited you're here to celebrate with us! Don't forget to:

Wear Orange on Tuesday

Show that you support healthy relationships by wearing #orange4love on Tuesday. You'll be joining a nation-wide movement of young people. And don't forget to tweet, Facebook or Instagram pictures of you and your friends in orange!

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Join the National Youth Advisory Board

Feb 6, 2014
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Do you want to make an impact on your community? Want to help teens and other young people learn about healthy relationships? Are you a teen or young adult between the ages of 13 and 22 who wants to make a difference?

Our National Youth Advisory Board (NYAB) is recruiting new members!

Thanks to mark., a division of Avon, the NYAB is comprised of 25 hardworking and committed individuals in middle school, high school and college, plus young people who aren’t in school representing young people of all backgrounds and communities.

nadia

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