Dating services for teachers
Healthy relationships are based on respect, equality, trust, support, and love.
In a healthy relationship, both partners feel strong, are able to communicate honestly, pursue their own interests, and are willing to negotiate and compromise.
Teachers wield incredible influence over future generations; they are in a position to educate our youth about healthy relationships, as well as provide resources to students and their families who may suffer from dating/domestic violence.
In addition, please see our resources on same-gender relationships.
Evaluate the relationship ingredients of the music you are listening to. Our 2016 National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month campaign does not require running shoes.
We are challenging students to Tal K about relationships; Know their expectations; Evaluate their relationship s Kills; Brea K up when it’s not working and Get Li Kes by sharing what they love or respect about someone at #iexpectrespectatx on social media.
Our goal is to encourage helping professionals to be gender inclusive.
This includes using gender-neutral language when working with individuals, while continuing to analyze gender as a construct that has implications on gender-based violence in both heterosexual and same-gender relationships.