Dating violence poster
There are two main challenges involved in raising awareness about teen dating violence (TDV).The first is convincing a teenage audience that every teen in the room is at risk for TDV.2) Launch a contest to see who can write down the 6 elements of an unhealthy relationship covered above.3) Distribute an Insulated "Content Warning" Cup as a reminder to avoid alcohol and never leave your drink unattended.Most importantly, your event should stimulate teenagers and prompt them to want to establish healthy relationships.Below is a four-step platform to educate teens about dating violence along with some suggested activities to help ensure you keep your teenage audience engaged throughout each step.Below are some activities to help ensure that teens remain engaged and stay on the right relationship track: 1) Enlist the participation of student leaders and athletes by asking them to role-play examples of healthy relationships.2) Pass out a Pocket Mirror to remind teens that a healthy relationship should never involve sexual assault.
4) Conclude step one by distributing a Dating Violence Pocket Pointer to keep the warning signs of dating violence fresh in the minds of audience members.
Some of the most important components of a healthy relationship are: At the end of this final step, teens should leave your program energized and ready to build healthy relationships with others.
You want to make sure that they do not forget the key qualities found in healthy relationships, so leave them with a final reminder of what you've discussed before you finish.
You can do this by using the strategies below to help teens learn how to safely end an unhealthy relationship: 1) Start off with some open-ended questions to engage the audience: 2) Use a multimedia approach by showing a short DVD that illustrates how to end unhealthy relationships.
3) Stress the importance of maintaining strength when ending a relationship by distributing the Esteem Bottles.