Dating abuse word search
That’s Not Cool created a toolkit that contains easy ideas for activities, mini campaigns, and events all in one place—from scripts for miniskits to iron-on images for t-shirts.
The toolkit is available online and can be easily shared via email and social media, providing access to dozens of resources and ideas teens can use to plan events on the ground in their schools and communities that combat dating abuse.
By simply setting the logo as their profile picture during the month of February, teens can take a stand against dating abuse.
While it might seem like a small gesture, these types of actions make teens feel like they are part of a movement, and empowers them to further engage with the cause.
Here at FUTURES, we have a number of programs that strive to prevent teen dating violence early.
That’s Not Cool is one of them—it’s an innovative initiative that seeks to raise awareness about the issue, and get teens involved with spreading the word.
I'm a veteran online dater, and I'm here to tell you the stories from the trenches and dispel the horror myths surrounding online dating.
It can be tough to talk about dating abuse—especially if you’re trying to reach teens themselves.
The tone is intentionally cheeky to relate to teens, and utilizes a variety of GIFs and memes—two popular forms of visual media among young people.
As if I want to hear another of your sorry excuses, Strung from your silver tongue and flung in my face. Was I too blind to go and see straight through you?
Like a spitball, you spit your acidic myths into my ear, Eroding my mind His love is like a fire bright an warm; It hugs you like a blanket but can burn. These four words don't come easy, I don't love you.
But this guide was created to help you navigate your way through all those adjectives and shed the only light you’ll ever need on an otherwise confusing, strenuous experience.
It covers everything from how to get started to proper profile and messaging etiquette in today’s online dating world.
65 - Helderberg, Cape Town Looking for like minded lady to share the good and exciting things life has to offer I suppose my friends would consider me honest , reliable and a trustworthy friend. Elisha, It's a long, winding story -- but the long and the short of it is that I've reconnected with the (WONDERFUL) woman whom I met via this site some years ago, and this time round we will not part!